ROMAC Designs and Builds New UL Mini Switchgear
Commerce, CA May 14, 2014 – ROMAC’s brand, Power Controls, Incorporated (PCI), has designed and built a brand new breed of 5kv UL listed switchgear they are calling Mini Gear. PCI currently builds a mini-switch using a 200A, 5kv, Schneider HVL Mini-rupter switch into PCI’s own enclosure. They have now taken that mini switch, mounted it into both single and 2-high arrangements, and placed them side by side with vertical and horizontal bussing to make their new UL listed Mini Gear.
This is a first. It will all be custom, designed and built to order. The product has the same fast turnaround that customers have come to expect out of PCI with its mini-switch line. The footprint for lineup of 6 mini-switches is smaller than that of 2 normal 600-amp load break switches and about that of 2, 2-high vacuum breakers.
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. ROMAC is a proud member of NEMA, NETA, AFE, EGSA, NDA, and IEEE, ROMAC is a founding member of the Professional Electrical Apparatus Recyclers League (PEARL), a standards development organization dedicated to the safe reconditioning of industrial electrical equipment and components. For more information, visit ROMAC’s website at www.romacsupply.com, or call 1-800-77-ROMAC. ROMAC is also on Facebook and Twitter, www.facebook.com/romacsupply and www.twitter.com/romac_supply
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