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 Post subject: 2 Weeks???
PostPosted: Fri Nov 04, 2011 6:24 am 
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Here is one y'all might enjoy. Customer had a switchgear blow up (Can't get into details) and needed to have gear rebuilt to the same specs, no problem, we do that all the time, trick here was they needed it back in 2 weeks. Was not easy, but done, before and after photos attached.


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 04, 2011 6:36 am 
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Amazing!

That is amazing, I would like to know how you pulled that off.


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I hope they had the specs somewhere else than in/on the gear itself :)

The second and seventh top panels in the rebuilt photo don't seem properly latched: there's a slight angle visible at the top. Is it because they weren't yet commissioned when the photo was taken?


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 07, 2011 4:57 pm 
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Photos

It appears that the after photo is the left one. Correct?


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alf wrote:
It appears that the after photo is the left one. Correct?


No, the right photo is after the repairs.


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Zog wrote:
Customer had a switchgear blow up (Can't get into details) and needed to have gear rebuilt to the same specs, no problem, we do that all the time, trick here was they needed it back in 2 weeks. Was not easy, but done, before and after photos attached.


Impressive turn around time.


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Looks like the repair included upgraded SEL relays. Merely specifying the relays usually takes more than two weeks, somebody must've known what they needed in advance :)

(It sure looks good)


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We have hundreds of them in stock, no time to wait 2 weeks when things like this happen.


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