I work for a service shop. No complaints, love what I do.
Been taking it easy on doing electrical work for the last couple months so I'm a little rusty. Just want to make sure everything is good here. I have a commercial building with a 400A service. It's a 120/240 with a high leg. They're telling me POCO is shutting power down from 8am - 3pm on the 28th of this month, and they want me to hook up temporary power in the mean time. Generator will only be running maybe 12 hours at most. They said they'll supply the generator and cables, I am only there to hook it up. These guys know nothing about electrical, but he said the only generator he can find is 25kva. You think this would be fine for just half day temporary power. This is a poker club. They have a couple RTUs, a kitchen, bunch of tvs, not much more going on. It's been poring rain 24/7 so I haven't been able to check their amp draw. Just curious if this 25kva would most likely be fine for a 400A. That's my question, hope everyone's doing well.