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I have come to the point that I no longer even waste my time quoting when I hear Certain accents who call me. No disrespect to any accent but I have concluded that I have wasted far too much of my time over the years not having the majority of my quotes accepted or wanting discount to the point...
After reading a rather lengthy thread over the weekend.. Someone mentioned Snoop Dawg.... but I thought of this;
So this is an example of a spoonerism... where two of the letters of a word or name are swapped over.
Or is that a snooperism??
Anyway. It made me chuckle and got me thinking...
So I had this question in mock exam, got mine tomorrow, the real one.
The external influence code ACM requires IP rated equipment to
Answer IPX4 apparently. But I could not find the corresponding external influence and presume it is a typo? I don't want to encounter this...
Hey! First time posting here :hurray:
ive been a sparky for 10 years working in mostly domestic and now I've decided to try going into another form of the industry. However I've realised that I'm not as upto scratch as I should be with certain things and would like to refresh myself. I've spent...
I haven't much experience on this subject so thought id ask!.
I need to choose and set the overload on a circuit contactor containing an overload. It's a 3ph motor rated at 14.1 amp do i set the overload at the same current rating or just above due to the initial inrush?
Prob going over old ground here but does anyone recommend a good controls course, I can fault find on a panel but its more knowing why, for example certain plant needs interlocking, sequences for startups etc. I know this prob sounds daft but any help would be great.
Hi, Im sure this has probablly already been posted on this forum elsewhere, however i have a question i would just like clearing up if any one can help. Looking at most domestic electrical supplies the main suppliers fuse is 100a and the main switch in the consumer unit is 63a (or less than...
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