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#206250 - 06/10/12 10:04 PM electric furnace
homerjones Offline

Registered: 12/08/07
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i have a 15 kw electric furnace, i want to install in my house. i temporarily used 2conducter 2 with a 100 amp breaker. i need to move the furnace to a different location in the basement to accomadate a/c and i want to run conduit to make it neater. the unit draws 60 amps even though the nameplate says 64. i don't have a current codebook but i was hoping to run 2 number 4s in a 1 inch conduit and still have to use the 100 amp breaker. help me out with this one please?

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#206251 - 06/10/12 10:48 PM Re: electric furnace [Re: homerjones]
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forgot to add im in ontario as that can make a big difference in rules.


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