Sorry I should have posted more details about my needs and question
Ok the Waste water eater manual states it needs to be on a 50 amp breaker I assume 8 gauge wires for power wires to it
the compressor states nothing about amperage for breaker size I actually believe it runs at a higher initial start up amperage than the Waster water eater does so i was figuring its needs would be slightly over 40 Amps the math comes up about 40 for average consumers at the 125% ratio for figuring breaker sizes but giving its start up current is higher than some consumers when doing standard wiring math which is why I was thinking 50 amps as well. And also I was thinking 8 gauge power wires so that if in the future my compressor becomes larger the wires would be there.
next the ground for the two can they be shared and if so what gauge wire if not what gauge wire for each one.
The other 110 outlet is acutally branched off another 20 amp outlet circuit all with low demands. Just a basic 110 outlet on that end of the shop. I am planning on # XXXXX wires because I have them spooled up already??
Maybe this will help but my primary concern is wire sizes for each 220 circuit and sharing the ground on the two 220 circuits. Thanks youve been helpfull
the waste water eater is 40 amps
the compressor has two ratings 30 amps and then there is something like peak 36 amps both came directly off the tag on the motor
Thanks you have been very helpful
I am trying to fix my paypal payment I was trying to leave an extra $10 but it didnt take correctly I will try and fix that.
I put in anotehr $9 for a tip I hope it came through OK The payment page is confusing. Might be me. However your information was more than very helpfull it was educational as well. I needed assurance I was completing this circuit correctly and feel your answeres were rock solid.