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Old 07-11-2019, 5:08am   #10
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Originally Posted by mrvette View Post
So, to get this straight, you are in an industrial application here, and some code or other demands you have a GFI breaker on this appliance.....why?? what it doing? reducing voltage to some heater dealing with water??
Wet chemistry labs, these are on fume hoods to supply variable power to research equipment. Safety staff who donít understand all the nuances of reality are citing it as deficient as they are within 6í of water. I agree that that would normally dictate GFCI but Iím trying to determine why they were not set up that way to begin with, and were approved by the electrical inspector
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