110.3b as I said before. Read it learn it love it.Heard some one discussing this before about using different breakers for different panels.
Seems that someone said it was against code. Show me the reference in the code book please? Panels have a U/L listing, breakers have a U/L listing.
Why is the HVAC contractor wiring stuff to your panels? Isnt that what electricians are for?We install all Siemens products in all of our new construction, but the HVAC contractor has caused a red tag a few times because he insists upon installing Eaton brand beakers in our panels. His excuse is "they fit and they are cheaper" even after a fail. The first time I tried to educate him and the builder his response was to download the UL listing from the internet and tape it to the front of the panel neither I nor the inspector were impressed. Even after all of this he still installs Eaton and most inspectors don't notice. Sometimes you can't fight city hall.
The builder we work for likes things in neat packages, that being said HVAC is responsible for all of his wiring. Also they often finish out "especially in winter" before we do and the builder likes the heat on.Why is the HVAC contractor wiring stuff to your panels? Isnt that what electricians are for?