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what is an artificially generated electrical current

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what is an artificially generated electrical current?
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Electrical
Expert:  Craig replied 5 years ago.

Craig :

It's a term used in insurance policies that refer to power (current) that is not naturally occurring, like lightning is naturally occurring. Where as generated power is not 'naturally occurring, Like the power from your breaker panel.

Craig :

Power from the power plant is 'artificially generated' with a generator.

Customer:

That's what I thought, but wanted confirmation. We had a power surge and it blew our washer and dryer. I am going to call the ins. co. and see what they say. Thank you for your assistance and time.

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you bet, thanks

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