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Generac Gaining Ground

Discussion in 'Electrical Codes' started by jar546, Aug 13, 2019 at 8:53 PM.

  1. jar546

    jar546 *****istrator

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    It is not often that I see Generac being used for health care facilities but it looks like they are gaining ground as seen by this cropped submission on for this control and power line diagram. Lots of questions on this one.

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    Been struggling to get them to use "emergency" and "legally required" and terms out of the NEC....But without getting too deep I would at least like to know what each ATS serves....
     
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  3. jar546

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    What they serve is on a separate page using a one-line riser diagram.
     

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