50 amp 220 volt concession trailer service question

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2011/05/12 22:04:52 (permalink)

50 amp 220 volt concession trailer service question

Hello, my name is Mike Riordan, owner of Riordan & Sons Electrical Services. I have been asked to provide a 50 amp 220 volt 4 wire circuit and receptacle for a concession trailer,  for an annual fundraiser festival that benefits a local hospital and library. My question is, is there a standard configuration for a 50 amp 220 volt shoreline? If anyone could provide a Nema # , photo, and/or good description of the shoreline plug, that would be all i need. Thanks in advance, your time is appreciated. 
Mike Riordan 
Riordan & Sons Electrical Services 
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    Davydd
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    Re:50 amp 220 volt concession trailer service question 2011/05/13 09:07:08 (permalink)
    It may be similar to a 50 amp RV (recreational vehicle) service used by motorhomes. Google "50 amp RV service" and you will find the standard plugs and outlet boxes often used for RV parks.
     
    I had a 30 amp services installed at my garage for my camper van and my electrician also did not have a clue about what outlet box to install until I suggested he check with the RV dealers and Camping World rather than his usual electrical supply houses.
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    Re:50 amp 220 volt concession trailer service question 2011/05/13 12:42:56 (permalink)
    Thank you for your reply! I will check that out.
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