I think that's right.
Type: Posts; User: George Stolz
I think that's right.
There's a wall behind it. Looks like a wall counter space to me.
I didn't see anyone address this directly, but I just purchased the 2014 from NFPA and am able to view the PDF on both my computer and the phone. Glad they did away with the previous DRM annoyances!...
The contradiction comes all the way from the NFPA. Check out example D3 in Annex D. They don't see the contradiction right in front of their noses.
Table 220.42 should read "All Others = 125%" and...
Around here energy codes might dictate the use of occupancy sensors. A store would be lit for greater than three hours, but I've heard of warehouses where the lights come on as you walk.
Can you use the next size up rule for parallel conductors?
The catch with that method is that you can only do it ten times and then typing becomes a real chore. Not to mention the mess and the inevitable complaints from homeowners. I would substitute pieces...
Chapter 9 Note 9.
As for the fire rating, uh, er, uh... Punt!
Edit: CR-3 should be controlling "EF-3", copy and paste typo.
In this drawing, all contactors are 3PST.
EF-1 Contactor is a DPST or better. The motor of EF-1, being 120V, could be supplied in parallel with the coil of Contactor EF-1, or additional poles could be provided to drive the motor of EF-1.
How about this?
It will probably entail multiple contactors. If you get so specific as to completely explain what fans you have and which come on together, someone might draw it out for you.
I would put them in a third panel. 200A is a lot of real estate to get choosy with. :)
Please respect the previous closure of your other thread and the forum's DIY policy.
I am trying to think of an example of "some other part of the code." What are you talking about?
Welcome to the forum. Read the ground and bonding sticky thread. Electricity seeks all paths back to it's source, so all grounds touching doesn't result is objectionable current.
All grounds land...
That makes perfect sense!
It would probably be more fun and productive to install a limit switch and an indicator light on the dash. :)
Perhaps not - but when you attempt to gig me for a missing part, you are accusing me of stealing it. If assumption was that the part was billed for (but the paperwork missed) then there would be no...
Check your PMs. :)
Small world! I was born in Fayetteville and have a lot of family round there. My uncle Mike is a plumbing inspector in Springdale. My folks moved out in '85.
Seems to me that's forgetting whose side your employees are on. If they can't be trusted with the material then they shouldn't be on the road in a van. Antagonizing one's own crews can only lead to...
From what I've heard, Arkies actually have a robust licensing/education system compared with a majority of the U.S. Licensing structures do generally bump our wages a bit.
Taken to it's logical conclusion, someone following that advice would never learn to ride a bike, drive a car, graduate from diapers, or anything else that requires getting off the couch.