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1101.14 Rainwater Sumps
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Rainwater sumps serving "public use" occupancy buildings shall be provided with dual pumps arranged to function alternately in the case of overload or mechanical failure. Pumps rated 600 V or less shall comply with UL 778 and shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer's installation instructions.
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