AC WORKS® Library — Flood Restoration Equipment

AC WORKS® Flood Restoration Series: Bed Bug Treatment Power Connections Overview

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When trying to remove those pesky bed bugs from your property with several heaters, it can be hard to find different outlets to use that don’t share the same circuit breaker. What can be done to get power to all those heaters without tripping breakers over and over again? Is there a way to save some time?

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

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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?

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AC WORKS® Flood Restoration Series: Tips to Avoid Tripping a Breaker

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Getting the right amount of power to your high power fans and heaters can be a tricky process. So here are some helpful tips to follow to make your project run more efficiently.

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AC WORKS® Flood Restoration Series: Using a Dryer Outlet to Power Your Equipment

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Often times, we tend to not think about how useful some of the outlets in our homes are. No, I’m not talking about regular household outlets. I’m talking about the outlets currently being used by your dryer. These are particularly useful in the event of your house or apartment floods. You may be thinking: how so? What makes them so special?

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AC WORKS® Flood Restoration Series: Using a Range Outlet for Your Equipment

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A commonly overlooked outlet is the electric cooking range outlet. This outlet can provide up to 50 Amps, and with its two hot wires, it provides 250 Volts. 

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