What does the Shenpaz Sintra Plus 220v plug look like in the US?

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Hi,

I have ordered a Sintra Plus 220v sintering furnace. I need to know what plug it has on it so my electrician can put the correct outlet up. Anyone have a picture of it?

Thanks in advance!
 
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Hi,

I have ordered a Sintra Plus 220v sintering furnace. I need to know what plug it has on it so my electrician can put the correct outlet up. Anyone have a picture of it?

Thanks in advance!
Look in the manual online. It'll say if it's 220 20 amp, 15 amp, etc. The maximum current draw defines the plug/outlet.

Normal outlets are rated 110 15amps. If you see one that looks like a normal one but one blade is sideways, that's 110 20amp. and on and on
 
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Look in the manual online. It'll say if it's 220 20 amp, 15 amp, etc. The maximum current draw defines the plug/outlet.

Normal outlets are rated 110 15amps. If you see one that looks like a normal one but one blade is sideways, that's 110 20amp. and on and on

I looked at the manual and doesn't clarify at all. The problem is that the euro 220v plug comes on some pieces of equipment and on others the US 220v plugs which there are many variants. My AG Therm 3 came with the American variant -.- 2 flat conductors and the round ground.
 
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All my dental stuff is...
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Got a marker?
Marker I got, tracing stuff is my issue. It's all in walls and I need to kill circuits individually to see what's on that leg.
 
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Marker I got, tracing stuff is my issue. It's all in walls and I need to kill circuits individually to see what's on that leg.
I had a neighbor sheet rock his basement. Power on some things stopped, so he called an electrician. It took a while to figure the knuckle head rocked over his fuse box.
 
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I had a neighbor sheet rock his basement. Power on some things stopped, so he called an electrician. It took a while to figure the knuckle head rocked over his fuse box.
That takes a special kind of stupid. Did you not notice the big metal box?
 
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They make a little thingamajig for tracing circuits. Geez.
 
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Just selectively turn off each of the fuses and check which outlet had lost power...label, then repeat...simple
 
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I'm a gadget guy, but not quite that much. I'll grab an old vaccum cleaner and an AM radio.
That’s great as long as you’ve got a 240 volt light or vacuum...
My brother lives like 100 yards from me and is an electrician.
 

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