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We are building a new factory

We are building a new factory

We are building a new factory

and I am an electric engineer there responsible about the lighting and fittings now.
then I am supposed to install the machinery later and I want to make sure that every electrical component is installed safely. So any body can help with detailed advice or give any site or papers concerning this.
thanks. K.

RE: We are building a new factory

i am surprised that you are not familiar with machinery installation and electrical load design and calculation considering that you are an electrical engineer.

If you are a fresh graduate EE, i would suggest to get  help from a consultant or a qualified electrical contractor..normally as an EE...new plant/factory installation is one the most exciting experience in electrical engineering and i am sure most of the reader will agree..

good luck..

RE: We are building a new factory

hi, if you can send a little more details about your dilema it will be possible to help.

A.Rash BScEE & PE

RE: We are building a new factory

Check this book out..

Reference Data for Electrical Engineers
by Donald Fink...

good book...tons of information on
almost everything..from foundation..
machine guarding...etc..

good luck

RE: We are building a new factory

sorry wrong title..

standard handbook for electrical engineers
by donald fink


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