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Old 11-10-2011, 04:14 PM   #1
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i have a commercial installation. i'm needing to install five 50 amp 220 volt circuits with room to add more in the future. what size does my main panel need to be? these five loads are for refrigeration units.

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i have a commercial installation. i'm needing to install five 50 amp 220 volt circuits with room to add more in the future. what size does my main panel need to be? these five loads are for refrigeration units.
This is a DIY site.

If your asking this kind of question for a 'commercial installation', then you have no business doing the work.
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If your asking this kind of question for a 'commercial installation', then you have no business doing the work.
I know this will get the OP mad and make him go somewhere else to get the answers he wants to hear, but I 100% agree.
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