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Old 09-17-2016, 10:45 AM   #21
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Changing it at the disconnect could leave open to a 210.5(C)(1) violation. Not that that's not done every day in facilities across the country.
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The equipment is for a centrifuge that is mounted on a skid. The work is being done on a land-rig.
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Do you want to reverse them for a motor rotation change? Is this in a factory or other controlled environment? I don't think you would be required to use an electrical contractor, if maintenance or someone has the knowledge to preform it.
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