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View Section, 8. Interestingly, these installation requirements have undergone considerable changes in the last few years. Multiple tests were run until either the overcurrent protection device circuit breaker opened or a hole was arced in the CSST, or both. These tests placed the CSST and NM cables in various arrangements, consistent with those that might occur in actual construction. The testing indicated that it is possible to create arced holes in CSST by exposure to energized conductors in fire conditions.

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Of the 60 strands of NM cable that we exposed to fire conditions, 19 of those conductors arced to, and created holes in, the CSST. Observations of the stability of flames burning at the resulting gas jets were also made. These observations maybe helpful in determining the cause of holes found in CSST on fire scenes. A link to the paper is included. He pairs more than 13 years of experience supervising manufacturing operations with deep knowledge in areas such as applied industrial heat transfer in oven design, industrial electrical process and motor control systems, material handling systems and fire protection systems.