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Workshop electrical outlets

Brad20j

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I'm getting my garage ready building(two-car). I've installed at least one electrical outlet on each wall. I'm now wondering if it's a problem if they're all on the same breaker, which I'm pretty sure they are.

What if I'm TIG welding? I haven't learned how to yet, but I imagine it takes quite a good draw. What about ifI go for an electric heat source? Also, will I need any 230V outlets orwiring that can handle a high-current to support the TIG?


Thanks,
Brad
 

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