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 Helpful things on ordering your Electrical Power.

120 Volt- Any appliance that plugs into a standard wall outlet in the United States will require 120 volt power. You can determine the rating by looking on the back or bottom of the appliance. Most appliances will have amperage and voltage ratings. Simply take the amperage and multiply it by the voltage.i.e. 8 amps X 120 volts = 960 watts so you would round up to the nearest wattage on the order form or you would order a 1000 watt outlet. 

The outlets for 500 watts, 1000 watt, and 2000 watts are duplex outlets (two connections) and are for the total wattage ordered for that outlet. If you having lighting in your booth simply add the wattage for each bulb. Ten 100 watt light bulbs, you would order a 1000 watt outlet. 

The quantity @ 24 hour column is only checked if you require that your electricity stay on 24 hours. Exhibitors using refrigerators should order this service as well as exhibitors that do not want computer/technical equipment shut off at night. 

Step 2: Ordering your 208 Volt thru 480 Volt power. 
Equipment requiring medium voltage power ranges from heavy machinery to industrial cooking devises. They are usually rated at 208 volt, however other typical voltages are 220 volt, 230 volt and 480 volt. 
You can determine the rating by looking at the back of most equipment. It will tell you the amperage, voltage and phasing. 

Based upon the rating, order a separate outlet for each piece of equipment. If you require a higher voltage such as 220 or 230 volt, you will need to order the equivelant 208 volt outlet and then a transformer to boost to the higher voltage. There is room on our order form to write in the voltage required next to the outlet ordered. Always check with one of your technicians before placing your order for 220 volt and 230 volt power. You may find that the equipment will operate temporarily on 208 volt power, thus eliminating the need for a transformer. If your equipment requires 480 volt power and it is not offered on the electrical order form, please give us a call for a qoute. 

Step 3: Do you need to rent any of our lights? 
Our 150 watt flood lights or 300 watt quartz lights are normally mounted on 8" poles and placed in the front of the booth shining toward the backwall. When ordering Harper Wood Electric lights, you do not have to order an electrical outlet for the lights. Our lights include the power for the current consumed. 

Step 4: Where will my outlets be located? 
In-line and peninsula booths will find their outlets located on the floor at the rear drape line of the booth. Island booth outlets are brought to "one" location in the booth and then distributed from that point. 

Step 5: Do I need Labor? 
Visit our How to order your labor page for further information. 

Step 6: Don't forget to supply us with a floor plan layout. 
We will require a floor plan of your outlet locations. Make sure to include your booth orientation, main outlet location (for island booths) and the exact location of each outlet. 

How to Order Plumbing

We hope your questions regarding how to order Compressed Air, Water lines or Drain lines are answered on this page. However, do not hesitate to Contact Us if we can be of any further assistance. 

Step 1: Ordering Compressed Air lines. 
Determine how may pieces of equipment will require a separate compressed air line in your booth. If you require more than (1) outlet, order the first outlet at the "first outlet" rate. Each additional outlet is at the "additional outlet" rate. This is based upon floor distribution for the additional outlets. Determine your CFM (cubic feet per minute) requirements and note your requirements. 

Step 2: Ordering Water Lines. 
Determine how many pieces of equipment will require a separate water line connection in your booth. If you require more than (1) water line outlet, order your first water line at the "first outlet" rate. Each additional outlet will be at the "additional outlet" rate. This is based upon floor distribution for the additional outlets. 
Please note the size of each connection and the number of connections. 

Step 3: Ordering Drain Lines. 
Determine how many pieces of equipment will require a separate drain line connection in your booth. If you require more than (1) drain line outlet, order your first drain line at the "first outlet" rate. Each additional outlet will be at the "additional outlet" rate. This is based upon floor distribution for the additional outlets. Please note the size of each connection and the number of connections. 

Step 4: Ordering Fill & Drain Services. 
Fill and Drain requirements are based upon how many gallons of water each fill and drain requires. Order a separate fill and drain for each piece of equipment. 

Step 5: Ordering Natural Gas Lines and other misc. services. 
Natural gas is not available in all convention facilities. Please contact us to determine availability. If you have any other requirements such as gas cylinders, give us a call. 

Step 6: Where will my outlet(s) be located? 
In-line and peninsula booths will find their outlets located on the floor at the rear drape line of the booth. Island booth outlets are brought to "one" location in the booth and then distributed from that point. 

Step 7: Don"t forget to supply us with a floor plan layout. 
We will require a floor plan of your outlet locations. Make sure to include your booth orientation, main outlet location (for island booths) and the exact location of each outlet. 



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