Those THWN conductors must be energized, because they haven't been stolen.
Lostazhell, look at it again.
It says "AUGA" (ah-OO-gah), not "AGUA" (AH-gwah). It's misspelled on the cover. Whammy #1
...and I laughed very hard when I saw it.
A customer asked me to inspect their production plant in Mexico, and I was afraid this kind of thing was what I was in store for when I saw this out in front of the building.
They'd had the service upgraded to 1200A, & a generator installed by "local electricians". There are no real rules that they're required to follow.Whammy #2:
I was quite surprised.
1 loose locknut (3rd from left)
Of course, no
job is complete without a little ductape.
The rest of the plant had good grounding, good overcurrent protection, and was electrically and mechanically sound.
I think they did a pretty nice job, do you??
[This message has been edited by electure (edited 04-08-2004).]