Yes, that sounds like you had some local resources. Not homeless, but some
of the same concept.
I've wondered how urban homeless make do. I'm sure I don't want to try it.
Christopher A. Young
Learn more about Jesus
Sponge bath at work, and an electric razor. Thank God that 24 hour
grocery and department stores were becoming common in the mid '80s
Some people can live with a candle under an overpass, too.
Whoopee. I had over a megawatt at the last tower site I worked at. A
half meg was for one station, the other was five FM stations, the
forestry service, 60 trunked radio base stations and the FBI's regional
base stations. We kept over a week's supply of diesel on hand at all
Some people have more needs than others, but an asshole like you just
likes to damn them. Try having elderly, ill relatives in the home.
More than one.
You're the only one who is stupid enough to do that in a home, but
it's done for humidity control in some commercial buildings.
yawn................... I repaired the controls after a lightning
strike, repaired their gate controls, installed a new master TV antenna
system and their C-band Satellite TV system. I guess that you've never
know any multi millionares with a nice home. Or were trusted enough to
be on their property. The last I heard was that they had closed the
nursery and were cleaning the land to build 500 new homes, self
financed. Well, it looks like the widow sold the land to Centrex after
He and his wife also owned the number one country nightclub in
Orlando for a couple decades:
Actually, it was a private residence that was next door to a few
thousand acre nursery. Both had their own electric services & wells.
The house was three story and had an elevator that ran on three phase.
Let's see you run that with your toy. They also had six other houses on
the property that existed when they bought other large farms. Each of
those had their own electric service as well. They were all rented by
people who worked at their nursery.
You don't need to keep reminding us of your claim to fame.
Gee, and here the rest of us thought we were talking about
an emergency generator for a house.
They each need a seperate furnace? Appliances? Sump
Having joined a major silicon valley company in the
early 80s, and spent 17 years there, I know quite a few.
I know one really, really well.
Now we're getting to your pay grade.
> The last I heard was that they had closed the
Wow! They owned a whole frigging country nightclub in Orlando?
Why didn't you say so sooner? Now I'm
really impressed! Is that what needed 400 amps in an outage?
To run that big old honking disco ball?
LOL. You must think we're really dumb here.
We have residences around here that are three story
and have an elevator. And let
me assure you, it does not take a 400A, three phase service
to run an elevator, fool. In fact, they don't require anything
extraordinary at all. Nothing more than a stove or central
AC. You really don't have a grasp on power issues at all,
do you? But feel free to keep digging yourself a deeper
hole. It's amusing.
Who the hell cares. Just further proof that you've commingled a
business, multiple residences and God knows what else
into one abortion, then pretend a house needs 400A three phase.
What a marooon!
You keep bragging about that, but there's really no need. it's been
obvious since your first cross post to R.C.M Look at the headers,
They had money. They bought what they wanted. I'll bet you're a
real hoot in the "Crooked Old Contractor's Retirement Home", with the
way you pick & chose what you want to reply to. I did industrial
electronics, and another business customer referred him to me. He had
to have a refferal, since I did np advertising, and wasn't lised as a
business in the phone book.
I only took the work because he had so much stuff that had been
screwed up by hacker grade, fly by night handymen and so called
'experts' like you.
I've built TV stations, CATV headends, mobile production TV vans and
communications equipment for NASA while you rip off little old ladies
and brag to them what a nice guy you are. Keep ranting like the maroon
you are, 'Buggsy'.
}}Any decent gas line that has been run by a utility to a
house will support a 15KW generator. The BTUs are in the
range of a large residential gas furnace. Supply is clearly
sized to support a lot more than that, because typically
you also have water heater, stoves, gas grills, etc.
One would think so but ... I mention the potential as we had the experience
where the utility support was not sufficient. If that's not a problem for
the OP fine. If it is then is it not better to be apprised of the potential
then to be left in the dark?
BTW the untility engineering could not understand nor explain why the device
was in the line.
> This will affect the size of the piping, and poss. the location of
> heaters etc as I can, to see if I can detect some fuel-bottleneck
You did mail a copy of these EXACT paragraphs to the Honda sales chief
in your city, right ??
(because he's probably dealt the most with these issues - it *is* the
better alternative to dealing with us bums on the 'net)
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