** CONDUIT FILL - SAME SIZE AND TYPE OF CONDUCTORS**

**Code rule 12-910 (5)**

When dealing with a conduit fill question, first determine if you have all the same size and type of conductors, if so **use the appropriate TABLE 6A - 6K. **The example below will guide you through this type of conduit fill question.

**TABLES 6A-6K**

- Use Tables 6A-6K when you have a question that asks for the maximum number of conductors of
**one size/type**in trade sizes of conduit or tubing.

**EXAMPLE QUESTION**

What is the maximum amount of # 2 AWG 600V RW90 XLPE** with jacket **conductors you can fit into a 129 (5’) Rigid conduit?

*ANSWER:*

- The conductors are of the same size/type so we use one of the
**TABLES 6A-6K****.** - Go to
**TABLES 6A-6K**and find the appropriate table for the question ,**600V RW90 XLPE****with jacket**. In this example we find that**TABLE 6C**is the right one to use. - In
**TABLE 6C**Find the size of conductor (**size, AWG or kcmil, left column**), which is**#2****AWG**in our example. - Now move across
**TABLE 6C**until you hit the the column of the size of conduit/tubing in the question which is**129 (5')**conduit trade size. - NOW, You have arrived at the number
**50**, this is the maximum number of conductors of this**size and type**that can fit in a**129 (5’)**conduit or tubing.

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