Shop from hell moves on

Some new updates got added to my shop building page:
http://www.moorecad.com/scott/shopz.html
The structural inspection happens tomorrow, leaving piping and electrical to go.
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Scott -
Suggest you put in 25 amp sockets - that is the ones with the T on one lug. Normal plugs plug into them just the same, but the contacts are larger.
Naturally - consider what code pushes first!
Martin
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Just a minor nit-pick. Those are 20 amp sockets.

As long as you've got 12 guage wiring and 20 amp breakers the code folks should be happy with 20 amp sockets.
Bill Ranck Blacksburg, Va.
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