Since I took the pictures at the IAEI Western Section meeting and was not the contractor for that job, I can't sell it. The NE chapter had the panel next to thier booth. Since it weighs 245 lbs., I know that shipping would be a pain. It still is a beautiful item. BTW was told the slugs still in the panel were for the neutrals.
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Re: Krantz Panel Board circa 1918#151565 10/03/0205:53 PM10/03/0205:53 PM
nesparky: Beautiful panel! The craftsmanship in these vintage panels is really outstanding. This appears to be an awful big one, too - It looks like there are 26 switches in there, not counting the one at the top.
Is (was) the large switch at the top used as a main disconnect? I ask because I also see lugs on the busses at the bottom.
Re: Krantz Panel Board circa 1918#151566 10/03/0206:17 PM10/03/0206:17 PM
Mike yes the switch at the top is the main disco. Was told that the panel was taken out only because of the remodel work moving the wall it was in. I do not have other details about what replaced it It's a solid item. I wonder if any panels made today will last that long.
Re: Krantz Panel Board circa 1918#151568 10/08/0208:53 PM10/08/0208:53 PM
Hey Guys (and Gals, of course): If you are interested in collecting this sort of vintage equipment, and have the money to spend (regrettably I don't at present), cast an eye on an item I came across today on eBay - No. 1775814249.
My apologies to Joe if I am out of line in referencing this here.
Re: Krantz Panel Board circa 1918#151569 10/08/0210:00 PM10/08/0210:00 PM