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#198617 01/29/11 03:56 PM
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Quoting a commercial building with vague specs , and was wondering where do you find the minimium # of receptacles required by any code. With residential you can locate this but with commercial not as easy?

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Originally Posted by GETELECTRIC
Quoting a commercial building with vague specs , and was wondering where do you find the minimium # of receptacles required by any code. With residential you can locate this but with commercial not as easy?


Commercial buildings have receptacles installed on what equipment or needs are required for power. I don't believe that there is a minimum for general purpose receptacles except for corridors? I will have to look it up and get back to you.


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Simple.Every appliance separate line,receptacles for general use #12 min. no more of 4 for circuit,you will be all right.Andrey.Canada,NB


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