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Subject: Re: Using a three phase welder at home

Date: 01/09/02 at 9:41 AM
Posted by: jim losito
E-mail: jlosito@smokinjoe.com
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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:

I am a tool&die maker and have used equipment run buy 3 phase converters. They work good, but I recomend getting one that has a computer chip in it to regulate or moniter the voltage drop when you turn on a machine. This is very important. Another company that will help you is Continental power corportion, North Forth St.P.O. Box 99 Jeannette, PA 15644 (724)523-9858


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