Take a small screwdriver. Open boxes, receptacles, etc. Photo industrial control panels- including the switch on the machine. Visit a construction site.
Here's what too look for: - Trenches chiseled in masonry to run smurf tube; - Smurf tube ending near/ within round plastic boxes, without use of connector; - "wedge" clamps on devices that are supposed to engage inside of box when attachemnt screw is tightened; - "choc blocks" rather than wire nuts; - different wire colors; - three phase power to residences; - Industrial control panels that have entire front covers of thick clear plastic, with small hand-hole to access items often re-set, etc.; and, - machines with switches with three marks...a "O", a "Y", and a triangle. have someone explain the meaning.
You might want to take a rock with you...since Holland is built on swamp/ sea bed/ mud, most may never have seen one before :-)
Re: Going on the Tulip Time Cruise #50238 03/27/0508:44 PM03/27/0508:44 PM
Your going on VACATION!!!!! and you tell us...>>I will take many pictures of the electrical wiring, any suggestions? Your nuts, granted you help but notice it. I do every where I go, but.. forget about work for a while Joe.
Have a great time. Rob
Re: Going on the Tulip Time Cruise #50241 03/28/0512:41 AM03/28/0512:41 AM