Usually, the best and easiest way to determine is by looking at the prices: The higher the price, the better the pool.
Stainless steel may be the best. But steel will be affected by chlorine and may rust eventually. Aliminum does not rust.
Aluminum by nature is very soft, unless it is an "alloy," which would make it too rigid for above-ground pool construction. Above-ground pools need a certain amount of flexibility to accommodate water movement and temperature changes.
It is also important is to make sure of the gauge of the walls! If the walls are not of at least 30 gauge, and have a deep corrugation (ridges in the wall) they not last as well.
#2 aluminum for 100 amp
Aluminium panels are made in various types: They can be "All-Aluminium" (meaning the panel could simply be an aluminum slab or a sheet of large thickness) or they could be composite panels where aluminum sheets are combined with other materials such as plastics, mineral fibers, or hard foam.Technically speaking, most aluminum sheets that are used in making panels are actually aluminum alloys (which means that some other metals in very small amounts have been added to the aluminum in order to strengthen it and allow it to acquire important properties). Different alloys have different aluminum content.To calculate how much aluminum is present in a panel, you would first need to identify your Alloy, and then have 3 pieces of information:1. The Density of your aluminum alloy.2. The Thickness of your aluminum panel.3. The Surface Area of your aluminum panel.For example, take a 1m2 panel of aluminum of alloy AA3003 and a thickness of 1.0mm. To calculate the amount of aluminum (by weight) in that panel, we use the above 3 pieces of information as follows:Weight of Aluminium = Density x (Thickness x Length x Width)Tip: Make sure that the units of measurement all match.(e.g. If you use "Kg." for Weight, then make sure you convert "millimeters-mm" to "meters-m" before applying the formula).
yes only a little bit
3/0 or250 aluminum
#6 copper or #4 aluminum
How do i install aluminum bonding strap in sub panel of 100 amp service
Yes, the panel house is better than the brick house. This is because the panel house is greener, cleaner, more energy efficient and environment friendly as compared to the brick house.
3 AWG in copper and 2 AWG in aluminum.
1/0 copper thhn covering. 3/0 aluminum again thhn covering
No it is not, active matrix is better.
Buried or conduit #2/0 aluminum will exceed the NEC recommended 3% or less and provide a 2.72% drop Increasing to 3/0 provides a 2.26% drop Make sure you resize your ground.
For a 100 Amp breaker panel it would be 2 AWG. For 150 Amps it would require 2/0 (2 ought) aluminum wire.
There are different panel coloring design options for The Weber Genesis S-330 3-Burner Natural Gas Grill including wooden panel, or black panel front. The stainless steel grill does come in a variety of sizes.
Oxidation is all ways present on aluminum as this is what gives it the protection from corrision but if the oxidation coating is damaged then you start to see corrision as a white powder on the surface and if not repaired will start to eat through the panel.
Yes, as long as it has the necessary ampacity for the load and is properly fastened at each terminal. For example, we have a 4/0 aluminum cable feeding our 200 A subpanel 120 feet away.
A 2/0 aluminum conductor will limit the voltage drop to 3% or less when supplying 125 amps for 150 feet on a 240 volt system.
A flat panel television and a big screen television are not necessarily mutually exclusive. You can have a flat panel big screen television, which is the best television of all.
The Coby is a better value and uses a Samsung panel, so the engine of the Coby is Samsung at a better price.
It is under steering column panel. The panel is black with push in retainer clips. Remove it, lay in on your back and look up under dash . It is a bright, raw metal, with some aluminum fins on it . It is approx. 6x8 inches in size.
copper or even more often brass Copper and aluminum are used in house wiring. Aluminum is typically used in the entrance cable and copper for everything past the breaker panel. Aluminum was used for house wiring a few decades ago but it was linked to numerous electrical fires because the connections would weaken over time.
You do not have a good ground connection on the neutral (white) wire. Have an electrician check the meter base neutral wire and make sure that the connection in your breaker panel is good. Often aluminum wires will have a heat related loss of connection. If this is the case, get a bottle of aluminum oxide inhibitor for aluminum wiring. Goop a bunch into the fitting then re-tighten the wire. If you aren't familiar with what you're doing, get a professional.
Does the garage have a separate breaker box or fuse box inside? Is there a separate power feed for the garage? In the 70's and 80's some cities were allowing aluminum wiring INSIDE residences. If the wire from the main fuse/breaker panel is aluminum there is a real possibility that you might have a bad connection between the fuse box or breaker panel and the outlets in the garage.
Look at the value of the breaker or fuses that control your main electric panel. look at the wire size coming in to the main lugs on service panel, I am assuming you don't have a main breaker or you would look at the breaker rating to determine service size. 2/0 copper or 4/0 aluminum service size 200 amps, #4 copper or # 2 aluminum 100 amp.
A #1 aluminum wire with a insulation factor of 90 degrees C is rated at 105 amps. Three #1 wires can be installed into an 1 1/2" conduit.
The answer to the question: True or False. For the LCD panel, dual scan is better than active matrix. False