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    GFCB220

    Cutler Hammer Circuit Breakers

    Manufacturer: Eaton / Cutler Hammer
    GFCB220 circuit breaker by Cutler Hammer. 20 amps, 10kA@240V AIC Rating, GFCB type, 240 volts Molded Case circuit breaker.

    Product Details

    Manufacturer Cutler Hammer
    Type GFCB
    Poles 2
    Volts 240
    Amps 20

    Bay Power typically has the Cutler Hammer GFCB220 2-Pole 20 Amp Molded Case Circuit Breaker in stock, ready to ship, along with other electrical products from Eaton / Cutler Hammer, and other top manufacturers. If the option to purchase online is disabled for this item, contact us to check availability and pricing. We'll work to get you a GFCB220 quickly, or help you identify a suitable alternative for your situation. Reconditioned parts have been expertly tested by a trained technician and is gauranteed to perform as new, backed by a 1-year warranty.

    Bay Power is an authorized dealer for over a dozen trusted manufacturers in the electrical industry. We also pride ourselves in having extremely short lead times, in many cases faster that ordering factory-direct, due to our strategic distribution network.

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    Eaton / Cutler Hammer

    About Eaton / Cutler Hammer

    Founded in 1911, Eaton has grown to become a global leader in power management and distribution. By acquiring companies like Westinghouse and Cutler Hammer, Eaton was able to grow and expand their product offering to meet the ever evolving demands of residential, commercial and industrial electrical distribution. Founded in 1893 by Harry Henderson Cutler and Edward West Hammer, Cutler Hammer was responsible for several innovations in electrical distribution and protection, like patenting the first automatic motor starter. Cutler Hammer was acquired by Eaton in 1978, and Eaton was able to substantially expand their electrical hardware selection to include switches and disconnects, and other devices in Cutler Hammer’s portfolio.