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#95141 09/01/05 01:07 AM
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can someone explain theese and how they work?
do they protect the x-fomer like a gfi or afi?

thanks,
h20

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#95142 09/01/05 11:15 PM
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Look for the answer in this T&B Catalog:
http://www.tnb.com/pubint/docs/elastimold_cable.pdf

Why are your asking this question? Are you working on this type of equipment? If so, tell us more ..


Joe Tedesco, NEC Consultant
#95143 09/02/05 01:44 AM
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no joe i am not working on this wquipment,
had to exclude 225 kva x-former from bid was too much for me right now with vault and connections plus the grounding was going to be a battle in itself(ground rods plural)making shell with exo connections. but i am interested in bare the bare mini to understand what i would be subbing out.

anyway contract said existing elbows were left in original x-former w/meter to feed this new 225 kva x-former which would feed sub panel and equipment disconnects(my bid).

thanks,
h20


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