10/3 will be fine if its not more than 75 feet
Assuming they draw 30A or less, yes.
they're kinda heavy, not like super heavy, but heavy enough, you know
Breaker reefs are parts of the reef that see heavy wave action; they are usually dominated by hard branchy corals like Acropora sp.
Heavy enough to kill you if it falls on top of you.
Yes if it's heavy enough!
Depends, it be hard enough, it not very heavy much maybe.
An oil circuit breaker is a breaker that is immersed in a tank of insulating oil. The tank has two electrical bushings through the tank to allow the supply and load to be connected to the breaker. These breakers can be opened under a heavy amperage load. The insulating oil is used to extinguish the arc that is produced when opening a switch under load.
Cause it is not heavy enough
Heavy enough so four carts couldnt pull it
If you mean 'circuit breaker', then this is an overcurrent protection device, which means it protects a circuit against an overload current(caused by too heavy a load) or a short-circuit current (caused by a short-circuit fault).
I believe that the worlds largest drum was heavy enough that you couldn't lift it. It weighed 600lbs.
Heavy corrosion will prevent enough power from getting to the starter to spin fast enough to start the engine.
Any spell destruction card will destroy it - Heavy Storm, Dust Tornado, Breaker the Magical Warrior, etc.
Nitrogen and Oxygen .
near enough to or almost being exactly an ounce
They are called colloids.
The recommended breaker for dryers is 30 amps. If you want to do the calculation to see if a 25 amp breaker will work use the following formula. W = A x V, A = W/V. Find the wattage of the unit and divide it by 240 volts to get the amperage. If the amperage is under 25 amps then the breaker will work. If the amperage is over 25 amps then a 30 amp breaker on #10 wire will be needed.
A circuit breaker is an overcurrent protection device. It is designed to interrupt a circuit in the event of either an overload current (due to too heavy a load) or a short-circuit fault (direct line-to-neutral or line-to-earth fault).
Black Apricorn: Heavy Ball -- Big enough to catch heavy Pokemon like Snorlax
It was, but it got hot enough to melt them, and "heavy" enough to segregate the materials by density.
Heavy rain becomes a thunderstorm when there is thunder and lightning. This usually happens when the clouds reach a significant enough height and the updraft becomes strong enough to separated electrical charges.
Because diaphragm clutches aren't strong enough to survive in a heavy commercial vehicle.