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Thread: 14A Grimac 2group on a 15A plug?

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    14A Grimac 2group on a 15A plug?

    Hi guys,

    CoffeeSnob noobie here, but long time barista. I'm looking at purchasing a 14A Grimac 2group machine plus grinder for $1500 and I'm wondering if that's OK to use in a 15A food cart?

    Cheers,
    Bob

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    I assume 14A is the current rating of the machine, not a part number? If so what is the current rating of the grinder and what else is on the cart? If it totals more than 15A it's no good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by level3ninja View Post
    I assume 14A is the current rating of the machine, not a part number? If so what is the current rating of the grinder and what else is on the cart? If it totals more than 15A it's no good.
    Thanks for the quick reply mate, I will be inspecting the machine and grinder tomorrow and hopefully the food cart tomorrow night. Like I said I'm a super noob when it comes to power so I will just try and make some charts and see how everything adds up!

    Cheers,
    Bob

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    14A is actually the Model Number...

    Mal.

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