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    I'm sure the 25A requirement is there to cover...

    I'm sure the 25A requirement is there to cover start current requirements. Start current depends upon both motor characteristics and load inertia. The start current value is a motor characteristic...
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    That's probably the reason you don't see your...

    That's probably the reason you don't see your sanitary tee used in dust collection systems. I don't think it's available in S&D, at least I've never seen it.
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    Tom, if you are considering the HFDC with a Rikon...

    Tom, if you are considering the HFDC with a Rikon fan you might want to consider this. It looks like the HFDC with a 12" fan and a better motor for about the same price.
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    Bill, DWV(Drain, Waste, Vent) is not the same as...

    Bill, DWV(Drain, Waste, Vent) is not the same as S&D (Sewer and Drain). They are different sizes. 6" DWV, whether ABS or PVC is 6.625"OD. 6" S&D is 6.275"OD.

    Schedule(xx) is DWV size. ASTM2729...
  5. They're not selling a motor. It's an appliance...

    They're not selling a motor. It's an appliance that happens to include a motor. Your dishwasher has a motor but there's no nameplate on the motor.

    Compliance with the NEMA MG-1 standard is...
  6. Yes, I do: ...

    Yes, I do:

    https://sawmillcreek.org/attachment.php?attachmentid=420094&d=1574452046

    I can also show you the temperature rise versus current:
    ...
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    No, I don't see it either. Those are IEC specs...

    No, I don't see it either. Those are IEC specs not NEMA on that nameplate, but it's not complete.

    The laboratory method for measuring locked rotor current is to literally lock the rotor and then...
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    I don't want to interrupt the troubleshooting...

    I don't want to interrupt the troubleshooting flow here but there are a couple of minor points I want to bring up.



    Not many clamp meters are capable of capturing inrush current. If yours is...
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    I think Ray has the right idea. There could be a...

    I think Ray has the right idea. There could be a 240V thermostat somewhere that, instead of being used as intended to switch both legs of a 240 volt circuit, was used to switch one leg of each of...
  10. Tom, look at the manual excerpt I posted. It...

    Tom, look at the manual excerpt I posted. It shows exactly the three wire control you are trying to accomplish. PD0046 must be set to 04, not 14, for this to work.
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    If you post a picture of it others could see it...

    If you post a picture of it others could see it too. That can help with the accuracy of the responses.
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    Doesn't all "white glue" unmodified PVA (e.g.,...

    Doesn't all "white glue" unmodified PVA (e.g., Elmer's Glue All) dry clear?

    We used to laminate 4x8 sheets of ABS to plywood using a generic PVA. There was never a problem with wet glue in the...
  13. Ambient temperature will have little effect on...

    Ambient temperature will have little effect on the likelihood of the sensor activating once it's trip temperature is reached. It will affect the amount of current and or time it takes to reach that...
  14. Who's up early? Indiana's in the Eastern time...

    Who's up early? Indiana's in the Eastern time zone;)

    Actually, I've been following this thread from the beginning. I may be misunderstanding some of it but it looks to me like he has two...
  15. Have you checked the parameter settings? ...

    Have you checked the parameter settings? According to the manual what you have should work:

    https://sawmillcreek.org/attachment.php?attachmentid=417645&d=1570960931
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    Mineral spirits shouldn't be a problem if your...

    Mineral spirits shouldn't be a problem if your going to wax it. According to the SDS SC Johnson Paste Wax is at least 60% mineral spirits (Stoddard Solvent).
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    So something like this?...

    So something like this?
    https://sawmillcreek.org/attachment.php?attachmentid=416509&d=1569020350
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    Oh, I can see where that would be nice for plans...

    Oh, I can see where that would be nice for plans you sell. I've never had a need for that so that's new to me. Thanks for your explanation.
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    I don't understand what that means and I'm pretty...

    I don't understand what that means and I'm pretty familiar with drafting practices. Do you have an example you can show of what you mean by 3D dimensioning?
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    Interesting. Do you inflate it a bit to help it...

    Interesting. Do you inflate it a bit to help it seal? If so, do you do that before or after clamping the lid down?
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    My barn, built in 1986, has the trusses on 8'...

    My barn, built in 1986, has the trusses on 8' centers. Purlins are 2x4 on edge.
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    Thermal cutoff switch is in the coil circuit so,...

    Thermal cutoff switch is in the coil circuit so, yes, pushing the contactor closed should start the motor.



    I hope you meant 240V. That motor would draw way too much current on 120V.
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    This 415042 is the symbol for an overload...

    This
    415042
    is the symbol for an overload heater. It is just a sensor. It's not a switch.

    This
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    A mechanical override would perform as the OP...

    A mechanical override would perform as the OP indicated, i.e., press in and the motor runs, release and the motor stops. With a safety switch open (this includes the the OL) there is no latching...
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    Let's go back to step one. The compressor runs...

    Let's go back to step one. The compressor runs but instead of shutting off at the normal 175psi (is that correct?) it shuts down at 150psi. Then, it seems that something has to cool off before it...
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