Knifeblade fuse blocks

The Class R, H(K), and J knifeblade fuse blocks by Cooper Bussmann feature a snap-together design for easy assembly of required poles at point of application and optional high-clarity finger-safe covers across the entire product line.

04/08/2013


knifeblade fuse blocks by Cooper BussmannThe Class R, H(K), and J knifeblade fuse blocks by Cooper Bussmann feature a snap-together design for easy assembly of required poles at point of application and optional high-clarity finger-safe covers across the entire product line. They are ideal for panel builders, processing and machinery plants, as well as HVAC and critical power applications. In addition to the snap-together 1-pole versions, factory assembled 2- and 3-pole configurations are available. Optional high-clarity, see-through, finger-safe covers feature test probe holes, making routine maintenance safe, quick, and easy.

Cooper Bussmann

www.cooperbussmann.com



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