1-Gang ECS Series Breaker, Amperage Rating: 20 AMP, Number Of Poles: 1, Enclosure: NEMA 3R, Material: Cast Copperfree (4/10 of 1 PCT Maximum) Aluminum Body, Aluminum Alloy Cover, Hub Size: 1 IN, Standard: Class I, Division 1 And 2, Group
Protection and control of electrical apparatus and circuits in hazardous environments, either indoor or outdoor; Designed for use in areas designed for Class/Zone 1, where flammable gases or vapors are present either continuously or intermittently; Ideal for controlling a small number of circuits; Do not need typical panel board enclosures; Corrosion resistant captive stainless steel hex-head bolts hold cover to body; Smooth rounded integral bushing in hub protects conductor insulation; Accurately tapped, tapered hubs for tight, rigid joints and ground continuity; Cutler-hammer QC, 1 breaker; Explosionproof, dust-ignitionproof; Weatherproof
1-Gang ECS Series Breaker
Number Of Poles
Class I, Division 1 And 2, Groups B, C, D Class I Zone 1 And 2, IIB + H2 T6, Class II, Division 1 And 2, Groups E, F, G Class II; CSA C22.2 No. 25, C22.2 No. 30, C22.2 No. 5.1, 052308
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