They are cooking you. If the beds are commercial units they can use
from 10 to about 20 KW. The time is about 5 to 15 minutes depending on
how much you want to tan.
I have not been in one either, just going by the specifications of them.
It does not mater if it is UV light or just heating units all of the
power will be converted to heat. Not sure how much the person will
carry out with them.
If the beds are that big he probably also needs to up the air
conditioner by about another ton.
On Sunday, June 26, 2016 at 2:23:10 PM UTC-4, Tony944 wrote:
Wire properly sized presents no risk, so IDK what the alleged problem
with wire heating is when the draw is within the 200A rating, there is
considerable margin. And
resistance is resistance, so a bad connection with resistance X is
going to create the same heat with 196A flowing through it on a 400A
service as it will on a 200A.
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