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Electrical supplies for kitchen
Wednesday, April 4, 2012- By Admin         (0) Comments

Kitchen appliances use a varied amount of electricity which is dependent on their efficiency. An appliance’s location can affect electricity usage. For example, water heaters that are not properly insulated are more likely to be less efficient and use more electricity than that of a well-located and insulated water heater. Electricity usage amount also relies on the age of the appliance such that refrigerators that have been purchased many years ago use more electricity than new ones. Most appliances today are labeled on how much electricity they use. However, usage of electricity also depends on the frequency of the appliance’s use.

There are highly recommended practices for kitchen renovation and application of kitchen electrical supplies. There must be at least 2 numbers of 20-ampere, 120-volt circuits supplying power to ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) receptacles for countertop and dining areas. Basic lighting circuits should be one 15-amp, 120-volt circuit feeding ceiling fixture, or recessed lights. As for distance between GFCIs over countertops, it must not be over 4 feet between countertop receptacles. Countertop sections exceeding a width of 12 inches are considered a "wall" and must have receptacles. Dishwasher circuits should be one 15-amp, 120-volt dedicated circuit wired with 14/2 cable. Garbage disposal circuit should be one 15-amp, 120-volt dedicated circuit wired with 14/2 cable. Microwave Circuit should be one 20-amp, 120-volt dedicated circuit wired with 12/2 cable. Electric Range Circuit one 50-amp, 120-volt dedicated circuit wired with 6/3 cable.

To replace an electrical unit in an existing kitchen, power wiring must be incorporated into the existing walls. The actual flow and volume of electricity that flows through kitchen electrical wiring are both important. The name given to electricity’s flow is “current”. It is measured in units called amperes (amps). Good electrical flow may be determined by a provider of kitchen electrical supplies. This will help in the efficient use of power. Before any decisions are made on kitchen wiring, one must find out the nominal and assured voltage levels for appliance-level circuits. It is also beneficial to find out if the kitchen electrical provider can supply dedicated circuits of higher levels without resulting to problems in the supply of electricity to the other sections of the house.

Kitchen electrical supplies refer to all products and accessories that require electricity to operate and are used in residential and industrial kitchens. The products under kitchen electrical supplies range from vast choices of lighting supplies, heating supplies, alarms, kitchen hardware, ventilation supplies, water heaters, wiring accessories, electrical cable supplies, cable accessories, distribution and switchgear, control gear, plugs and sockets, electrical fixing, tools, conduit accessories, switches, and fuses.

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