INGCO PDB15006-SP-52 Demolition Breaker-Main Handle Cover

INGCO PDB15006-SP-52 Demolition Breaker-Main Handle Cover

INGCO PDB15006-SP-52 Demolition Breaker-Main Handle Cover

INGCO PDB15006-SP-52 Demolition Breaker-Main Handle Cover

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  • Brand: INGCO
  • Model: PDB15006-SP-52
  • Type: Demolition Breaker-Main Handle Cover
  • Item Condition: New
  • Application: Tool/Industrial
  • Its Highly efficient
  • Location: Positioned near the top or bottom of the breaker box.
  • Appearance: Resembles a larger version of a regular circuit breaker.
  • Function: The main handle cover acts as the service disconnect for the entire electrical panel.
  • It can handle 100 to 200 amps of current.
  • Safety: Understanding the main handle cover is crucial for safety.
  • Packing: Carton Box/As Per Requested
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INGCO PDB15006-SP-52 Demolition Breaker-Main Handle Cover

The INGCO PDB15006-SP-52 Main Handle Cover is a very crucial element in a Demolition Breaker. It has various features that compliments it.

Let’s explore the key features of a main handle cover. These features are essential for both functionality and aesthetics:

The main handle cover in a demolition breaker box serves a crucial role in ensuring safety and proper functionality. Let’s delve into its features:

  1. Dead Front Cover: The main handle cover is also known as the dead front. Its primary purpose is to prevent accidental contact with the live electrical components inside the breaker box. The dead front covers the entire front face of the panel, concealing the circuit breakers and other electrified parts.
  2. Service Disconnect Switch: Located at the top or bottom of the breaker box, the service disconnect switch (also called the main breaker) is a larger version of a circuit breaker. It handles the incoming electricity from the power company and allows you to turn off power to your home during emergencies by switching it to the “off” position.
  3. Expansion Slots: These empty slots accommodate additional circuit breakers when a licensed electrician adds new circuits to your home (e.g., due to a room addition). They provide flexibility for future electrical needs.
  4. Twist-Outs: Some breaker boxes have perforated panels with twist-outs. These removable sections allow for the installation of circuit breakers. When a breaker is added, the twist-out is removed to create an opening for the breaker.

Remember that a breaker box without a dead front is a safety violation, but the presence of a door (or lack thereof) depends on the specific design and listing of the panel. If your breaker box has a door, it must be openable to 90º according to NEC guidelines. Always consult a professional electrician for any modifications or replacements related to your breaker box. Safety first!

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