AC WORKS® Connector — Video

AC WORKS® Flood Restoration Series: Flood Restoration Power Connections Overview

Posted by Christopher Hahn on

When working with air movers, radial heaters, and dehumidifiers for flood restoration, it can be hard to find different outlets to use that don’t share the same circuit breaker. What can be done to get high power to all the equipment you are using? Is there a different way that saves time? With AC WORKS® brand adapters, you won’t have to waste any more time with household outlets. We offer many different adapters to get power from other power sources located inside the home or apartment complex you are restoring. You can easily get power from dryer outlets, and range...

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Cable Jackets: Their purpose and protection, explained.

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