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#120856 - 05/12/05 06:18 PM Minerallink
electure Offline

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It's been more than 110 years since Minerallac patended their first conduit hangers.
I'll bet they never envisioned this usage in commercial metering.

Submitted by Lostazhell

Size #1- normally used for 3/4" conduit



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#120857 - 05/13/05 04:33 PM Re: Minerallink
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Fusable link?
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#120858 - 05/13/05 04:42 PM Re: Minerallink
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Electrician: "Dang, customer wants power NOW and I don't have the correct links... hmm, this'll fit till tomorrow"

Electrician next day: "What was that address?"

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#120859 - 05/18/05 02:16 PM Re: Minerallink
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So what *is* the ampacity of a #1 Minneralac? , Its being used for a 100A ckt in this instance!

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