Let me guess the utilities are only paying for their side of the service. LolApparently there was a arc on the utility side on A phase, and it blew out A first, and just went down the line to B and C. All in all, they lost $500k in frozen/refrigerated foods, and then they ran off of a large generator for a month until we changed that main out. Also, we had 2 generators running the coolers while doing this lol.
Only if it was a small room, some of the buildings I have worked in were huge with aisles of electrical equipment in themI think you’d probly maybe be dead. 👍😳
Arc flash is no joke.
Thread drift. I had a 15-20 gal hot water expansion tank in a bank branch blow up, shot around the room like a pinball. Walls were concrete block so it didnt leave the room, but it still managed to severely damage the exterior wall.I missed a boiler in a hospital blow up by a few days, blew out the entire back wall of the building as designed