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I built a chemical/manufacturing device. 1 unit at ~97W (8.1A × 12V) × 16-hours/day. I am operating from home, using a constant current transformer plugged into the 15amp wall receptacle.
I want to scale this process to a 100 units.

But I am not an electrician.
I will hire an electrician to do the work but I want to get a general idea of everything required in order for safe & efficient operations.

I'm dealing with lasers and high humidity environments, lots of plumbing lines, and hazardous chemicals compacted into a single unit.

Also, because I will be acquiring a warehouse, I need to know what to look for in a warehouse power supply. Some units say 75amps, 100a, 500a, 3-phase, etc. My total power consumption is estimated ~12,000W × 16-hours/day.
 

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