Does not seem right to me. Feedback appreciated!
No, it’s not, Neutrals under a single lug, regardless what the lug is rated for.
This is a case where it’s about the ‘Neutral’ NOT the ‘Lug’!
What JJ’s said.
Grounded conductors should terminate under a lug not used by any other conductor.
I get the feeling the installing electrician wanted to the hell out of there as quickly as possible. This was during an 80’s new housing construction boom in this county. My father was a builder and was meeting the local code inspectors at the front of the neighborhood to get things approved, along with all of the other builders. So I am not surprised.
Thanks for help.
I bet you could pull a few of those neutrals right out of that lug just by tugging on it.
What a lazy-ass way of doing electrical work.
I am thinking it should have been switched up, maybe like this?
Don’t think only report what you see. That is never correct. If you want me to I can quote the NEC on that one.
Just remember what I stated in the previous message. Grounded conductors shall terminate on a lug with no other conductors. You can go to the bank with that one.
FYI: grounded conductors are the neutrals. Grounding conductors are the bear coppers.
Excuse the spelling I’m on my phone. Doing a commercial inspection with a bunch of flipping idiots.
I agree Roy, I stay in my lane. I do not prescribe cures. I appreciate you.
Smart man. If you ever need me please give me a call. I will always be here for you.
Thank you sir that means a lot to me. Really!
As an FYI, yes, I agree with you, Brian.
And Roy is correct, Report what you see.
Plenty of spaces left on the lower neutral bar.