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Old 08-27-2012, 10:56 PM   #1
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It's an oven for heat treating chrome parts, our first one and we've been around since 1988..

It's 125 amp, 208 3 phase, I built the panel on the weekend, it runs around 500* F. It's nothing too complicated.. Oh yeah, the wires that are nice and straight with the labels at exactly the same height are me.. The stuff on the bottom of the terminal block, my boss...





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Old 08-27-2012, 11:04 PM   #2
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Nice! Stick your pliers in and see what happens
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Nice work.
What kind of business?
I'm thinking lots of corrosive chemical baths, along with that heat treatment.
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It's like a hard chrome for tooling, I believe.. Not too sure, but I did see a few vats for Hydrochloric acid, and nickle..
It had a strong smell of sulfur, as well, I reeked of it when I finally got home, and it was about 110*F in there..


I don't understand wholesalers, they sell me that massive contactor, but they don't mention it requires a lug kit, and it doesn't come with the guards.. They were ordered Thursday, so I should see them by.. November?
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Nice work, I like those curly loops on the top of the contactor.
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Your bosses work sucks ! Fire him off your jobs !
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Nice work, I like those curly loops on the top of the contactor.
Thanks!

What a bugger to get them the same!
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