Industrial Electrician, Class A
He'll be glad he hired you, looks good
No, it’s a tub, interior, and cover. No idea on cost. Everything was bought as a package price and I’m not important enough to know the pricing. I’m just a dumb installer…So the panelboard is one unit, not a tub with an interior you installed? How much did that cost?
Building steel is barely visible below the greenfield connectors in the XFMR side pic.Not to be a nit picker, Where is the ground for the transformer? Steel, water, ground/ufer?
Where is the other LV set of conductors?
I have never been a fan of unfused conductors going very far. To many do over jobs after a fault.
You do nice work, professionalism shows.
The shipping brackets securing the core were tight and a PITA to remove. The bolts to the pallet were tight but the pallet was badly damaged as far as I remember.Ya I caught the two feeds. I agree not what I would have done either.
72 circuits on a 200 amp panel. Ouch!
I always have taken all of the grounds to one place. Inside dry types.
Your lucky to work for someone who buys colored conductors. I never have, lots of phase tape for me.
Curiosity makes me ask, were the shipping bolts on the transformer tight?
I have gotten some Eaton dry types made in Juarez Mx that were,,,, finger tight at best.