GUIDELINES FOR POOL, SPA AND HOT TUB The cost of the pool permit is based on the total value of the project. See Table of Licence Fees 1A. A. Building Codes and Installation Requirements Adopted 1. 2015 22 AIR SERVICE ACCESSORIES FIGURE 3‑B NOTES: 1. The customer installs recovery containers strong enough to fix the company‘s service cash ladder. 2. Screwed service is not allowed. 3.
Service mast support ng service drop of at least 2 rigid steel pipes or 2 1/2 IMC without coupling above the top clamp of the pipe. MPE is not acceptable for tours of duty. 4. See Figure 3‑I, page 27 for 3‑wire delta services. 20 project builders and developers can contact Oncor customer service as follows: When you call your utility provider (REP), you must provide the following information to configure the service: 12 mixed-use facilities for customers The three-phase service for mixed-use facilities (e.g. residential and commercial) is treated as an ancillary service. The place of delivery of these services is shown in Figure 5‑A, Shipping Location (POD) pages. The Customer‘s electrical installation shall be arranged in such a way that the location at the place of delivery allows the Company to provide a safe and reliable delivery service, taking into account the location of the Company‘s existing facilities and the design required to connect the Customer‘s electrical installation to the Company‘s system. Any change from the Company‘s Designated Place of Delivery (POD) is subject to payment by the Client on the basis of any additional costs to reach the new point named Easements, Rights of Way and Space Requirements The Client shall grant or guarantee to the Company, at the Client‘s expense, any right of way or easement on land owned or controlled by the Client, necessary for the Company to install the required delivery system equipment solely for the purpose of providing electrical power and energy to the Company. Customer.
The Customer shall provide the Company free of charge with suitable space on its premises for the installation of a delivery system necessary for the supply of electrical energy and energy to the Customer, as well as for the installation of the Company‘s metering equipment and meter. For standards for appropriate space requirements, contact the company. Company can inspect customer-supplied space before installing electrical equipment loads greater than 3000 amps Standard delivery service at 600 volts and below can be limited to a 3000 amp load via a single customer‘s own service line. The availability of this operating voltage of transformers mounted on wafers is very limited. New or existing customers who add a load should check with the company for service availability at that voltage from a padmount-mounted transformer. 10 19 ARTICLE 300 AIR SERVICE Société Générale provides, installs and maintains the service approved by the Company up to the point of delivery. The Customer must provide a point acceptable to the Company in order for the Drop Service to meet the requirements of all applicable codes. Typical permanent service interruption See Figure 3‑A, Air Service Facilities page See Figure 3‑B, Maximum Service Drop Length for Private Services See Figure 3‑C, Air Service, Service Mast Page See Figure 3‑D, Air Service Page, Permanent Meter Tower See Figure 3‑E, Air service page, wall counter See Figure 3‑F, Air service page, two or three secondary service outlets See Figure 3‑G, Page Air Service, Four or more Secondary Service Counters See Figure 3‑H, Air Service, Delta Three Wire Page See Figure 3‑I, page 8 Appropriate space The required amount of free space has been removed to access, install, operate, maintain and replace the company‘s facilities. Contact the company for more details Retail Delivery Service Rate The document submitted and approved by the PUC that the company provides the delivery service. It consists of fare plans, drivers, and service rules and regulations.