I believe I posted my exceptions two years ago. <br /> I've been an Industrial Mechanic for over 40 years. An Industrial Electrician for over 20. <br /> As far as I can tell..I'm the only poster who recognized that their system used a MIG welder as a means to regulate their voltage. <br /> Well and good. If properly utilized and safeguarded it works. Fine voltage control. <br /> Their associated wire runs were nothing I would have put my name on. <br /> I would have placed everything in emt and put gurneys on everything. Square and level. I take pride in doing it right the first time. <br /> As for you...i question your expertise based solely on your exceptions. <br /> I would have never passed their wiring job. <br /> If it was in Code it was just barely. <br /> I am available to come to their facility and unfuck their wiring issues. Cash upfront and any tools and materials I need. <br /> I would bring my basic tools and wire pulling equipment. I'm off till January 25th. <br /> Fly me in and put me up. Feed me shrimp. <br /> <br /> I work for Armaly Brands. <br /> Worked for Church and Dwight, Purex, and Dial Corporation. <br /> Once a run is completed, tie in only requires 20 to 30 minutes. If that. <br /> I'm off for multiple mild strokes.