BrownTiger Posted May 14, 2020 Share Posted May 14, 2020 1 hour ago, CaseyT said: Looks like that took some time to draw up. Thanks very much for sharing it! Now, just to modify it for the split (half-size) breakers and my layout. I will use this as the basis for a modified single line diagram, submit the plan package and then let them tell me what they want changed or added. Unblock in the empty plan or CAD detail and draw extra line. What they are asking is not that big of a deal. They just want to make sure correct the correct breakers been installed. TYP any room require 15A breaker. TYP kitchen require two circuits of breakers TYP garbage disposal and dishwasher each require a dedicated breaker. Bathroom(s) require 20A but they could be connected to each other. For the rest let's say 4T HVAC takes 20A, for any contiuesly running device you multiply by 1.25. : 20A x 1.25 = 25A (therefore you need 30A breaker) Same for sump pump, same for sewage pump, same for water heater, same for wall oven [let's say Bosh based on web page require 14A -> 20A breaker ) This is not an astrophysics. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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