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For another thing, auxiliary contacts aren't always included in the price of the base disconnect. In our case,
auxiliary contacts are included as a standard feature. Both auxiliary contacts and early break capability can be
options with other manufacturers at an added cost.
MOTOR DISCONNECTS WITH INDUSTRY- STANDARD MOUNTING OPTIONS
In addition to a motor disconnet's electrical design, enclosure material and other features, mounting options
are an important consideration during the selection process-especially if you're looking to upgrade the existing
motor disconnects in your facility. In this scenario, it pays to choose a motor disconnect that uses
industry-standard mounting patterns, making it a true drop-in replacement. Here are three options:
CDS Series. The first option is our curved profile CDS Series motor disconnect, which offers a reliable way to
safely control power to meet LO/TO requirements. With an impact-modified, chemically resistant enclosure,
CDS units are rated to withstand high-pressure and frequent washdown conditions.
DS Series. If your application doesn't require a curved design, the DS Series incorporates many of the same
CDS features, but its flat roof allows for both top and bottom conduit entry. Both the DS and CDS Series
disconnects feature two mounting systems: internal sealed caps to current MENNEKES footprint or with external
feet compatible with HBLDS3 and HBLDS3AC.
SPEC Grade Series. Your third option is our SPEC Grade motor disconnect unit. This compact stainless steel
disconnect is ideally suited to critical washdown and cleanroom areas similar to our non-metallic units. Like the
CDS and DS models, the SPEC Grade unit has an industry standard mounting pattern for drop-in replacement of
existing motor disconnects. All SPEC Grade stainless products feature a 15-degree sloped roof for liquid runoff
and are UL Type 4X rated. Available in multiple enclosures and switch sizes, other options include blank junction
boxes, 1-4 position pushbutton enclosures or combination units with installed receptacles or multi-gang
disconnect switches.
Stainless Steel Sloped Roof Enclosure
with 4 Motor Disconnects
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