possible, but most gasketed (only) I've seen are NEMA 12. In 3R application, gasket gets wet, cold weather freezes and sealing is gone.That's a good question, it is gasketed and under a porch (for the 2nd floor). Maybe it has a 3R rating with the gaskets?
Depending on the path of those conductors, and whether it is 1-phase or 3-phase, you may have an issue with 31 current carrying conductors and ampacity adjustment issues.
Yes, it is.This must be the job you were asking about the big power dist. block for in the other thread?
The screws on that cover are very rusted, I was able to remove a small section cover on the far right, very rusted screws. I looked back in the gutter and could't see the connection.What are they using in there now for all those disconnect taps? Split bolts?
I would use an IPLD 600-7. I would cut my 4/0's long enough to hit two disco's strip the insulation in the middle, pass it through the connector, thus needing only 7 ports.So I was looking for a connection method that will fit in that gutter and stay in compliance. It doesn't have to be a terminal block.