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2015-04-06 23:03:51

The RRS-3 PowlVac is compatible with all standard PowlVac PV style circuit breakers with current ratings of 1200-3000A and allows technicians to remotely rack IN or OUT the PowlVac Type PV standard

2015-02-17 23:00:38

CBS ArcSafe products win in the Electric Motors & Drives category, the Electrical Safety category, and the the Safety category. Denton, TX (PRWEB) February

2014-11-10 23:07:50

RSA-187A Actuators allow personnel to operate the molded case circuit breakers from a safe distance stationed outside the arc-flash perimeter without having to make any modifications to the breaker

2014-10-02 23:01:12

RSA-161A remote switch actuator is designed for all 3-in.

2014-09-02 23:00:56

The new CBS ArcSafe RSA-174F actuators are designed for Tmax T7 breakers equipped with over-toggle mechanisms and allow technicians to safely close and open breakers while stationed outside of

2014-08-05 23:07:19

CBS ArcSafe RSA-174E actuators allow technicians to safely close and/or trip breakers outside of the arc-flash hazard boundary without modification to the breaker. Denton,

2014-07-08 08:28:16

Store will bring 150 new jobs to the area KATY, Texas, July 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Academy Sports + Outdoors (d/b/a Academy), a premier sports, outdoor and lifestyle retailer, announced

2014-06-24 23:09:07

CBS ArcSafe® RSA-145E allows technicians to safely close and/or trip breakers outside of the arc-flash hazard boundary without any modification to the breaker. Denton,

2014-06-02 16:30:51

DENTON, Texas, June 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- As it rolls out new XLTE wireless technology across Central Texas, Verizon Wireless has earned top honors in Denton in the most recent studies of

2014-05-19 23:01:00

RSA-96A remote switch actuators allow safe close and/or trip of breakers outside of the arc-flash hazard boundary without modification to the breaker. Denton,


Word of the Day
begunk
  • To befool; deceive; balk; jilt.
  • An illusion; a trick; a cheat.
The word 'begunk' may come from a nasalised variant of Scots begeck ("to deceive, disappoint"), equivalent to be- +‎ geck.