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Subject: Re: Using a three phase welder at home

Date: 10/02/01 at 6:17 PM
Posted by: Steve U.S. Alloys
E-mail: rr2@fgi.net
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In Reply to: Using a three phase welder at home posted by Don on 10/01/01 at 10:07 AM:

There is a way Rick, by installing a phase converter but it will cost about US$1200.00. to purchase it. The only other alternative is to have the local power company bring in 3 phase which is most likey much more expensive than that.

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