Circuitbreakerservice.com: Leading Distributor of Electrical Supplies Offers the Internetís Greatest Diversity of New, Used, and Obsolete Circuit Breakers
Online electrical supply giant Circuitbreakerservice.com supplies the nationís electrical contractor community with the most diverse inventory of new, used, and obsolete circuit breakers to be found on the internet. The team at Circuitbreakerservice.com knows that electrical protection jobs come in every variety and that electricians need a convenient place to supply all their circuit breaker needs under one roof. This distributor offers circuit breakers made in varying sizes, from tiny devices for protection of an individual household appliance up to large switchgear designed for protection of high voltage circuits feeding entire cities.
Circuitbreakerservice.com keeps every conceivable configuration of circuit breaker in supply for immediate delivery and all meet International Standard IEC 60898-1 specifications. Instantaneous tripping currents A, C, D, K, and Z with rated currents from 6A to 1000A (amperes) are offered for every circuit protection job. All inventory undergoes rigorous testing to ensure that electrical standards are met.
Single and multi-phase circuit breakers in one, two, three, four and twin pole configurations are offered to meet every residential, commercial, and industrial protection standard.
The worldís leading circuit breaker manufacturers are represented in their inventory including Square D breakers, Siemens breakers, Federal Pacific Circuit Breakers, along with breakers from Cutler Hammer and Bryant. New and Used circuit breakers are available for both low and high voltage applications.
This leading electrical supply house will buy excess circuit breakers left over from electrical projects. This practice allows Circuitbreakerservice.com to greatly expand its inventory of new, used, and obsolete circuit breakers. All used or excess circuit breakers are quality-tested to ensure the safety of the product. Reconditioned breakers can perfectly suit the needs of many electrical projects at a substantial cost savings. For repair jobs or rework of electrical systems in older homes, their inventory of older, obsolete circuit breakers can be a goldmine of hard-to-find components.
The well-stocked warehouse includes thermal, magneto-thermal, and magnetic solenoid triggered circuit breakers in every voltage setting. These include GE breakers, Zinsco circuit breakers, Square D circuit breakers, as well as Westinghouse, Murray, and Challenger models of circuit breakers. An excellent selection of air circuit breakers is also in stock for heavy duty protection projects. High performance breakers are in stock for electrical protection in rugged conditions. With so many specifications in house for immediate delivery, contractors can order exactly what is needed for the job at hand, rather than settling for an over or under configured breaker that could cause problems down the line. Breakers for a number of projects of very different specifications can all be ordered from the same reliable supplier.
Circuitbreakerservice.com also sells a wide range of motor controls, transfer switches, transformers, motor starters and other electrical supplies for projects big and small. They offer very affordable prices, incredible inventory, and outstanding service from an experienced team.
The experienced staff at Circuitbreakerservice.com is available from 8am to 5pm Pacific Standard Time by telephone at (888) 238-4315 or via email at Sales@circuitbreakerservice.com to answer questions and help identify just the right circuit breaker or electrical component for the job at hand. Visit their website at www.Circuitbreakerservice.com to request a quote or to look up a specific circuit breaker by model number.
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