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Old 08-15-2013, 06:10 PM   #21
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I've spent the last several days with one kind of like that.

22.5MVA, 120KV - 12.5KV.

It is at a geothermal power plant. I'm connecting the controls to it and a 145KV SF6 breaker, as well as the rest of the generator/switchgear controls. It'll take me about 8 or 9 weeks to finish.

I've already had to fix about a half-dozen problems with the drawings, and I've been there only 4 days so far.
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Old 08-15-2013, 07:17 PM   #22
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Man, censorship ruins all the good jokes.

Looks like it's fixed to handle some really big bushings, but it doesn't look very wide...? I'm wondering if it's actually a shunt reactor.
That sounds ohhh soo dirty.
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Please make sure you put that on some isolators.
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The springs for this one will be shipped next week.....
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Please make sure you put that on some isolators.
And for the love god, don't forget to flex into the top of it.
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I wanna title it tranny ****....
I've done couple of them undergrounds for 12KV.
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