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  1. ELECTRICK2
    02-23-2015 09:53 PM - permalink
    ELECTRICK2
    Just curious why you found my post of interest (amps on a conduit). I was mystified when I came across this and was surprised with the lack of response on site. New to site, just asking.
  2. sunil kumar
    04-05-2013 07:42 PM - permalink
    sunil kumar
    Hello Friend,

    Your profile is of interest to us. I have an excellent opportunity for which I believe you might be interested in:

    Position: Journeyman Electrician/Electrical Engineering Technologist, Grand Prairie, AB

    This position involves field repairs, installation and maintenance of power generation units and related electrical components.

    Requirements :
    • Red Seal Journeyman Certification
    • Minimum 5 years experience in an industrial setting
    • Excellent trouble shooting and problem solving skills
    • Apply electrical code to design, construction and installation of electrical components

    After reviewing the opportunity, kindly forward me a copy of your resume so that we can talk about the opportunity in detail.

    Best Regards
    Sunil


    Sunil Kumar | Technical Recruitment Specialist
    P: 647 726 1111 | [email protected]

    www.epicsgroup.com
  3. sunil kumar
    04-01-2013 06:51 PM - permalink
    sunil kumar
    Hello Friend,

    Your profile is of interest to us. I have an excellent opportunity for which I believe you might be interested in:

    Position: Journeyman Electrician/Electrical Engineering Technologist, Grand Prairie, AB

    This position involves field repairs, installation and maintenance of power generation units and related electrical components.

    Requirements :
    • Red Seal Journeyman Certification
    • Minimum 5 years experience in an industrial setting
    • Excellent trouble shooting and problem solving skills
    • Apply electrical code to design, construction and installation of electrical components

    After reviewing the opportunity, kindly forward me a copy of your resume so that we can talk about the opportunity in detail.

    Best Regards
    Sunil


    Sunil Kumar | Technical Recruitment Specialist
    P: 647 726 1111 | [email protected]

    www.epicsgroup.com
  4. glen1971
    10-11-2012 08:04 AM - permalink
    glen1971
    It would be nice to see.. But then you know that there would be some people that would want to tear it apart..
  5. Ampmaster
    10-10-2012 11:32 PM - permalink
    Ampmaster
    Dude, does that make sense to you? I think provideing an example of a correct install is a great idea.

About Me

  • About glen1971
    What is your electrical related field/trade:
    Journeyman Electrician
    General Location
    Alberta Rockies
    Special Skills, Interests, and Hobbies
    Huntin, fishin, and anything outdoors
    Occupation
    Electrician
  • My Company
    Service Area
    Southwestern Alberta

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  • Last Activity: Today 05:43 PM
  • Join Date: 10-10-2012
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10-24-2019
12:08 AM - glen1971 mentioned gpop in post Thermocouple card question
gpop - Thanks for your ta...
09-11-2019
02:09 PM - glen1971 mentioned Flyingsod in post I don’t have a rotation meter
...g another motor, as Flyingsod said, I wouldn't tru...
08-13-2019
10:15 AM - glen1971 mentioned Bird dog in post Weird dryer 3-wire/4-wire diagram
... person do this? Bird dog look familiar? :vs_l...
10:12 AM - glen1971 mentioned MechanicalDVR in post Fcc 15 b
...r fan...:vs_laugh: MechanicalDVR
10:12 AM - glen1971 mentioned MikeFL in post Fcc 15 b
...ional radiators. MikeFL looks like he took 4...
10:10 AM - glen1971 mentioned MechanicalDVR in post Burning out of return side
...hockhazard.. lol.. MechanicalDVR
10:10 AM - glen1971 mentioned CTshockhazard in post Burning out of return side
...months for your fan CTshockhazard.. lol.. MechanicalD...
10:08 AM - glen1971 mentioned MechanicalDVR in post LOTO Location
... First tesla, now MechanicalDVR I see you have a fan...
09:55 AM - glen1971 mentioned tesla in post Diversity factor calculation
...ferent standard. tesla, looks like you have...
07-24-2019
11:40 AM - 460 Delta mentioned glen1971 in post Pneumatic Time Delay Pushbutton
Check this out glen1971, This just came out ...
07-04-2019
06:55 PM - glen1971 mentioned pudge565 in post Voltage drop and wire size table for 24VDC to power encoders?
...t of us.. But what pudge565 is trying to get at ...
06-01-2019
11:03 AM - stuiec mentioned glen1971 in post Do you/have you worked in power generation?
...e replies guys. glen1971 do you run into much...
05-07-2019
06:00 PM - emtnut mentioned glen1971 in post EV Charger Code Interpretation
... one breaker. As glen1971 said, 'each' applies...
04-21-2018
06:24 PM - splatz mentioned glen1971 in post I can't take any more homework check out my new panel.
...fective for me. glen1971 had a way of making ...

Quotes

03-09-2020
11:11 PM - glen1971 quoted Easy in post Sealing conduit from temperature difference
I am in agreement with dr...
12:20 PM - The_Modifier quoted glen1971 in post Another electrician without eyebrows.
There was a call from the ope...
11:26 AM - paulengr quoted glen1971 in post Another electrician without eyebrows.
Or due to lack of maintenance...
07:37 AM - glen1971 quoted Switched in post Another electrician without eyebrows.
I was giving this some though...
07:37 AM - glen1971 quoted The_Modifier in post Another electrician without eyebrows.
I was giving this some thought, a...
03-08-2020
11:13 PM - Navyguy quoted glen1971 in post Red Seal Average and Reality
I'm guessing that the IP must...
11:36 AM - glen1971 quoted skyline77 in post Gems of the Trade
The europian panels can have l...
03-04-2020
08:01 AM - glen1971 quoted Navyguy in post Transformer and motor rules
I was thinking 600 volt sing...
03-03-2020
08:14 AM - Navyguy quoted glen1971 in post Transformer and motor rules
I'm thinking you're a little ...
08:00 AM - glen1971 quoted Navyguy in post Transformer and motor rules
At 600 volts, 5 HP is about ...
02-27-2020
07:52 AM - glen1971 quoted splatz in post Hydraulic Level Switch Mount
If you don't want to weld, ...
02-21-2020
08:05 AM - glen1971 quoted gpop in post Motor Disconnect before VFD or between VFD and Motor?
Weird all 200+ of them i ...
02-20-2020
10:29 PM - gpop quoted glen1971 in post Motor Disconnect before VFD or between VFD and Motor?
None of the motors we've got ...
08:29 PM - glen1971 quoted oliquir in post Motor Disconnect before VFD or between VFD and Motor?
with a disconnect before vfd...
08:19 PM - glen1971 quoted Beavis in post Strange new motor failure (runs in forward, but not reverse)
did you tried manual revers...
08:19 PM - glen1971 quoted oliquir in post Strange new motor failure (runs in forward, but not reverse)
did you tried manual reversi...
02-14-2020
07:13 AM - glen1971 quoted dronai in post Brown/Orange/Yellow conductors
Red ! 2,4,6 Black, red...
07:03 AM - glen1971 quoted emtnut in post Single phase motor start relay
I don't have any real life ...
02-13-2020
05:35 PM - emtnut quoted glen1971 in post Single phase motor start relay
Never said it was a Rotary Ph...
02-12-2020
11:37 PM - glen1971 quoted JRaef in post OEM’s and panduit
Most people are unaware th...

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