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3 Phase Electrical Thing #13735
3 Phase Electrical Thing #13735
On the other end of this antique 3 phase electrical thing there is a 450 horsepower motor driving a pump that can move up to half a million gallons of water per day. The discharge tunnel is half a mile long and 12 feet (3.7 Meters) in diameter. I found the 1800's pump house and the equipment in it interesting. Why pump this much water that far? Before the days of sewage treatment, all of the solid waste and sewage from downtown Milwaukee used to discharge directly into the Milwaukee river and directly into Lake MichiganThe fresh lake water was pumped upstream on the other side of down town Milwaukee. It would would literally "flush" the river so downtown wouldn't smell. I took a picture of the plate for voltage and amps but it didn't turn out. Too blurry to read. I'll have to go back and take notes.
Makah electrical rehabilitation (Recovery Act)
Makah electrical rehabilitation (Recovery Act)
As part of a series of system overhauls at the Makah National Fish Hatchery, Burton Construction, Inc., refit the Hatchery's aging electrical system using $334,341 in Recovery Act funding. The work was completed in October, 2010 and significantly improves efficiency and safety at the Hatchery, eliminating regular electrical system failures produced by outdated and aging equipment. Pictured are the new primary control panels for the facility. You are free to use this image with the following photo credit: Caroline Peterschmidt/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

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