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#101932 - 03/02/04 03:15 PM 2 Ranges in a restaurant
srinika Offline
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Registered: 02/24/04
Posts: 9
Loc: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Hi All!

If there r more than 1 Range in a Restaurant, what percentages are applicable. Please let me know the code rule as well.

I checked in Appendix B of Sec 8.208.
It says the way should be same as for Apartment. And when checked for Apartments, the way to find is in Appendix B 8.200 & 8.202

Is it
100% 8.300 (3) ?
or
25% 8.202.(1) a. (vi) B ?
Please help me.

Thanx in advance
Srinika

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#101933 - 03/02/04 05:53 PM Re: 2 Ranges in a restaurant
crash Offline
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Registered: 10/21/03
Posts: 130
Loc: Calgary Canada
Hi Srinika : Are you refering to a branch circuit or a feeder or service. If you look at 8-202(1) it only applies to feeders and services for apartment dwelling units. 8-300(1)&(2) only apply to branch ciruits in dwellings.

If it is a branch circuit then 8-300(3) (both ranges at 100%) is the right answer. It would be very unusual to put two commercial ranges on the same branch circuit.

If it is a feeder or service you are talking about then 8-210(b) (both ranges at 100%) is the right answer. (8-210(a) makes reference to Table 14, Table 14 makes reference to restaurants, so you know you are using the right rule)

[This message has been edited by crash (edited 03-02-2004).]

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#101934 - 03/02/04 06:10 PM Re: 2 Ranges in a restaurant
srinika Offline
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Registered: 02/24/04
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Loc: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Thank u So much Crash.
Very clear about that.

Thanx again

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