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02-06-16, 06:21 PM
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Thanks, These are under the two sinks (one single...

Thanks, These are under the two sinks (one single bowl and the other is a double) and where the pipes meet. The pipe then slopes down to the Saniflo625486254962550
The Y fitting is capped at one end
02-06-16, 12:49 PM
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Views: 631
Posted By Ukcastoff

Air Admittance Valve location

We have two photography studios, each with their own kitchen sink. Both sinks have separate drain lines that converge with a Y fitting, then that single pipe goes to a Saniflo pump. One sink has...
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Views: 2,122
Posted By Ukcastoff

It's a 225k BTU unit. You could be right. I...

It's a 225k BTU unit. You could be right. I played with it further and if I bolt the front side of the panel closed and only wedge the back side open a little, it fires up ok. I presume it must be an...
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Views: 2,122
Posted By Ukcastoff

Reznor Ignition Problem

We just installed a used Reznor UDAP heater. Everything works fine with the service panel off the aside. However, when the service panel is put back on, the blower works but it doesn't ignite. I...
09-20-15, 07:30 AM
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Views: 635
Posted By Ukcastoff

The background behind this is we are trying to...

The background behind this is we are trying to guestimate the cost of usage by production companies that will hook up their lights etc to the dedicated transformer. Their usage will fluctuate but we...
09-20-15, 07:08 AM
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Views: 635
Posted By Ukcastoff

Electrical Math Question!

Thanks to those who gave advice on a previous thread, now hopefully this is simple!

I'm trying to calculate the electrical cost of running some equipment but struggling to get all the conversions...
09-12-15, 06:12 PM
Replies: 5
Views: 769
Posted By Ukcastoff

I don't know if being in Canada makes a...

I don't know if being in Canada makes a difference, but I am pretty sure it is 575V or 600V coming in. It used to be a machine shop.

OK, a 3P breaker makes more sense to me, one wire to each phase...
09-12-15, 05:33 PM
Replies: 5
Views: 769
Posted By Ukcastoff

3 Phase tie ins

I will preface this by saying I have no intention of carrying out this work myself, but my regular electrician is now on vacation and I need a resolution quickly. I am going to have to find another...
04-23-15, 07:33 PM
Replies: 2
Views: 1,157
Posted By Ukcastoff

Siemens Breakers

I need to pick up some breakers for a Siemens Three Phase 200A panel. I know they are bolt on but I am lost in the naming conventions of those for sale. I think I need a B breaker but not sure if it...
12-24-14, 03:34 PM
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Views: 803
Posted By Ukcastoff

Commercial 3 Phase Question

I don't even know enough to be dangerous, so forgive the rather vague question.....

We have leased a commercial space and we are planning the build out that needs to occur prior to getting the sub...
12-20-14, 04:49 AM
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Views: 717
Posted By Ukcastoff

Thank you both very much!

Thank you both very much!
12-18-14, 12:54 PM
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Views: 717
Posted By Ukcastoff

Kitchen Sink Pump

We have been searching for a commercial space that will meet our needs and think we have got lucky, except for a potential plumbing issue. It is a warehouse space that will have a photo studio framed...
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