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  1. Canadian Electrical Forum
    Thank you for all the replies, all answers are greatly appreciated!
  2. Electrician Apprentice Forum
    Hi everyone, I am fairly new to the field and trying to figure out a simple fact. Quite often, I am working in multi-residential buildings. These buildings typically have a switchgear with a nominal line voltage value of 208v or 600v (Ontario, Canada). As many of you know, within the switchgear...
  3. General Electrical Discussion
    Hi everyone, I have been scheduled to commence my first power shut down this upcoming week at a multi-residential property. I have witnessed a few shut downs before and seen the electricians "power shed" by shutting off all the loads individually before disconnecting the main breaker. However...
  4. Industrial Electrical Forum
    I work for a company installing MCCs, Switchgear, UPSs, and other electrical components into skids. These things are really heavy and there is no supports from above to use a chain pull. Is there an easier way to set these things than with prybars crowbars, and sledgehammers? I was thinking of...
  5. Looking To Hire
    NETA testing company is looking to fill several positions for electrical testing technicians at its Phoenix office. Very competitive compensation, including 40 hours per week of guaranteed paid, plus flex time, overtime (paid after 8 hours in one day, not 40 in a week), double time, and...
  6. General Electrical Discussion
    Hi, I have 3 sections of Cutler-Hammer Pow-R-Line C Switchboard. 2000 main bus amps, 480Y277 voltage, 65kA interrupting current, manufactured 3/16/2007. Looking to know the value of all this. We've currently had a big a renovation and this switchgear equipment has been replaced with new. I have...
  7. General Electrical Discussion
    Hi all, I need to write a short description for the following types of medium voltage switchgear panels: Incomer Feeder Panel Bus Riser Panel Bus Coupler Panel Metering Panel Direct Incomer Panel So far my google searches haven't yielded anything useful. Could anyone please point me to any...
  8. Commercial Electrical Forum
    I have been asked to quote a job that the owner of building says switchgear is still good. It is a 3000amp 240v 3 ph delta/ no neutral and from the 60's I'm guessing. It has not been used in years and been sitting in a un leased building with some heat for the winter. Showing signs of water...
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