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#653 - 02/19/01 12:35 PM greitzer box
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I just recieved blueprints to bid on a new McDonalds (STO-version). On these prints there is a symbol with the notation of - greitzer box. Does anyone know what this is. There are to many names for the same item, depending on what part of the country you live in.
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#654 - 02/19/01 02:20 PM Re: greitzer box
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Dandy,

Sorry, but have no clue what that is.

I suggest that you contact the Architect that drew the set and have them give you specs and all that.

Might need to CC this reference to the Electrical Engineer that they contracted to design the Electrical systems for their suggestions, too.

When you do figure this out, how about posting the info to this thread for us to know in the future??!!

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