Connect Power and Distribution System Cables to Containerized Shower
The following procedure may only be performed by MOS 52D qualified personnel.
Performance of this procedure by unqualified personnel may result in serious injury or
death by electrocution.
Refer to the diagram labeled Cable Layout, Containerized Shower, detailed on the
following pages, as necessary to lay out power cables.
1. Locate all necessary power cables. This will consist of a 100-foot, 60A power service cable, a 4-foot
60A Pigtail, a 20A power cable with Tee connector, and two 50-foot 110V AC extension cords.
(Some installations may have two 50-foot 60A cables in place of a single 100-foot 60A cable.)
2. Set all circuit breakers in the circuit breaker box to OFF.
Power source must be shut down before connecting any cables. Failure to do so may
result in serious injury or death to personnel by electrocution.
3. Identify the 4-foot 60A pigtail (1) and connect it to the designated power source.
4. Identify the 100-foot 60A power service cable (2), connect it to the power service panel input socket
(3), and twist the collar to lock. (Some installations may have two 50-foot 60A cables.)
5. Identify the 20A Tee cable (4) and connect it to the matching 20A outlet (5) on power service panel
(6), the M-80 water heater and 30 gpm water pump.
6. Ensure the 110V AC shave stand extension cord (7) has been plugged into the convenience outlet
(8) on the power service panel (6).
7. Ensure the exhaust fan power cord (9) has been plugged into the matching 20A outlet (10) on the
power service panel (6).
8. With power source turned off, connect the 100-foot 60A power service cable (2) to the pigtail (1).
(Some installations may have two 50-foot 60A cables.)