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Old 04-20-2017, 09:16 AM   #201
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Can somebody bail me out , I am looking for an old circuit breaker made by Brush Electrical company with serial No:67552/15, Type R4/1MK8, Frequency is 50hz, Making Capacity is 33.4Peak KA.

I will be glad as well if this forum can help with the following spare list:

Shunting trip and closing coil 132V.A Max and 88V.A Minimum, closing and tripping relays, Poker Female and Male for the same Circuit breaker.

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You should post this in the General Electrical Discussion forum to get more views and a possible answer.
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Can somebody bail me out , I am looking for an old circuit breaker made by Brush Electrical company with serial No:67552/15, Type R4/1MK8, Frequency is 50hz, Making Capacity is 33.4Peak KA.

I will be glad as well if this forum can help with the following spare list:

Shunting trip and closing coil 132V.A Max and 88V.A Minimum, closing and tripping relays, Poker Female and Male for the same Circuit breaker.

Best regards,
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Check with British and Australian electrician websites. We do have a UK forum. Good luck.
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Brush Electrical Machines is a manufacturer of large generators for gas turbine and steam turbine drive applications, based at Loughborough in Leicestershire, United Kingdom. Wikipedia
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@Dennis Alwon or @Cricket maybe the both of those two new posts should get moved to there own threads.
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How do i stop the barrage of emails???
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In your Options, under Default Thread Subscription Mode, you want to choose No Email Notification.

But that only applies to new posts that you make. All the old ones still have email notification assigned to them.

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Hi Chris ... Welcome to the forum !

I don't think those posts went through .. under your name it currently shows 1 post.

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I don't mean to sound dumb, but how do you start a thread or ask a question to the forum?

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No worries ... we've all been new here at some point.

Go to the forum you want to post in ... ie 'canadian electrical forum'
Then you will see a "new topic" radio button near the top left.

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I am about to build a large section of underground PVC conduits with stubs from pole to HV switch to two parallell transformers, to a giant CT, to the building.

It is a 5000 amp, 480 volt service.

My inquiry regards how best to install the PVC's and keep them straight, level, stacked, fitting in windows, what best support system to use, what others have done, etc.

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I am about to build a large section of underground PVC conduits with stubs from pole to HV switch to two parallell transformers, to a giant CT, to the building.

It is a 5000 amp, 480 volt service.

My inquiry regards how best to install the PVC's and keep them straight, level, stacked, fitting in windows, what best support system to use, what others have done, etc.

Please show me which forum to post this in. Thank you.
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