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shunt trip breaker #91631 01/27/05 08:49 PM
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fello electricians i was wandering if someone could answer a ? in a commercial kitchen when the shunt trip kills power to asub panel how should i keep the exhaust opperational ? mov it to another panel not controled by shunt ? excuse the typing snafus and thanks

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Re: shunt trip breaker #91632 01/28/05 03:26 PM
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Yes, thats what we do, in fact we also add a contactor to turn the exhaust fan on if the fire protection system should activate to allow any smoke and fumes to be exhausted.

Re: shunt trip breaker #91633 01/28/05 03:35 PM
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thanks geno i like the contactor idea i appreciate it


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