If the "460 VAC" Tagging is correct, the Breakers "Appear" to be a problem.
The Panelboard looks like it's a Siemens S-1
, and the frames look like type BL
, which would make this suitable for maximum 240 VAC systems.
It's hard to tell from my end, but they sure do not look like type BQD
frames - which have 277/480 VAC ratings.
Also, whatever is holding the Coffee Can up, may be considered a clearance issue.
If the Coffee Can is magically floating, then only the Coffee Can its self will be an issue of clearance
BTW, is the switch feeding the Panelboard (OCPD for the Panelboard via tapped feeders coming from the Gutter below), or is that a Panelboard Main OCPD in the bottom section of the Deadfront?
And on this subject, is that a nipple between the Panelboard and the Gutter? (located on the right hand side, about 8" from the right hand side).
If yes, man what's up there!!!???
Also, whaddaheck is going on with the EMT running out from the left side of the Panelboard, which appears to go into the same Gutter?!
Is the switch wired correctly?
*** i.e.: Line and Load sides not "180° of of phase"