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#51243 - 04/26/05 12:26 PM Figuring Demand Factor for Stove
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Help me to properly understand the 220.19 table for computing the demand factor for a 11KVa stove. Do you multiply 11,000 x 8 = 880 or do you figure it 8 x 1000 = 8,000? Not sure if I'm doing it right.

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#51244 - 04/26/05 12:56 PM Re: Figuring Demand Factor for Stove
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Read note 2 under the table. It explains the prodeedure.

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#51245 - 04/26/05 12:59 PM Re: Figuring Demand Factor for Stove
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I read that, still scratching my head... care to explain if you don't mind?

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#51246 - 04/26/05 01:05 PM Re: Figuring Demand Factor for Stove
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When using column C the math is already done. (1) 11kw range = 8kw, or 8 x 1000 as you said.

Roger

[This message has been edited by Roger (edited 04-26-2005).]

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