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Posted on Initial planning on new detached workshop electrical

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#1 posted 04-15-2016 07:30 PM



Because you are running a sub-panel if think it is not a mater of what you want but what you can have. I would run as much juice as you can. Today you might not need 50A but then you get a new dust collector and now you cannot run that and the TS as the same time. (yes I know you do not need 50A for both those in a 20×16 shop)

What can you pull from your main? Can you have a separate drop from from the pole (that is what I did but the pole is next to my shop)?

- Nezzerscape

Good point, I’ll be awaiting getting an electrician onsite to determine capacity and options.

This is residential and all electric is buried.


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