Depending on your application or your plant design, having an overhead power supply source comes in handy. Some facilities don’t have columns in the middle of the floor for routing and installation of electrical equipment. This can be for sanitary reasons, to minimize potential for contaminant harborage or to provide unobstructed views of the production areas.

Get a quick overview of our standard and custom electrical products in this new video. In less than a minute, you'll get a sense of all we offer—from pin-and-sleeve wiring devices and receptacles to disconnect switches and configurable power distribution systems.

Motor disconnects are more than simple on-off devices to satisfy lockout-tagout requirements. They have become an integral part of the motor control circuit as disconnects increasingly offer control functions, such as auxiliary contact interface, added selector switches and push buttons.

Motor disconnects are more than simple on-off devices. They increasingly offer additional control functions, such as test-off-run switches. Motor disconnects can also pack multiple devices into one enclosure, saving space and cost while allowing you to address different application requirements. Here's a quick visual overview of what today's motor disconnects can offer.