The motor control center (MCC) is a modular system of vertical and horizontal bus or rigid conductors arranged to house withdrawable motor control modules or buckets. The MCC has been a staple in plants where many motors are running and being controlled by many generations of control center.
Westinghouse, GE, Siemens, FPE, Square D, Allen Bradley, ITE, and other OEMs have many generations of such equipment in operation all over the U.S. But acquiring additional buckets for current styles of MCCs can be very costly and have significant lead times. Obsolete styles can severely limit sources and increase costs even further.
Inventories of vertical MCC sections, buckets, doors, disconnect operators, stabs, interlocks, and vertical and horizontal bus sets — along with an expansive inventory of electrical devices — make ROMAC a prime service to update and upgrade your MCC.
Based out of Commerce, California, ROMAC’s 240,000-sq-ft facility has one of the nation’s largest inventories of custom, new, and surplus electrical products. ROMAC and its OEM subsidiaries – ROMAC Power Controls, Inc. (PCI), ROMAC Power Technologies, and ROMAC Hardware Resource Company (HRC) – offer a complete line of new and replacement electrical apparatus, from power-generating equipment through distribution, controls, and motors, as well as custom design, engineering, fabrication, and testing. For more information, visit ROMAC’s website at www.romacsupply.com, or call 1-800-77-ROMAC.