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MCC BucketsManufacturer: Eaton / Cutler Hammer
Looking for an obsolete Cutler Hammer 9800 Series Motor Control Center bucket? Send us your requirements today! Bay Power has been a leading provider of Cutler Hammer motor control center buckets for over 25 years. Our product experts can assist you with retrofit solutions for all types of Cutler Hammer MCC buckets.
We have helped thousands of customers retrofit their existing Cutler Hammer 9800 motor control centers and other Cutler Hammer MCC buckets with new components to help meet modern facility demands and requirements.
Cutler Hammer originally manufactured the F-2100, F10 Unitrol, Type Freedom Unitrol, and 9800 Series Motor Control Center (MCC) Buckets over the past few decades. Although Cutler Hammer still produces and supports the F-2100, F10 Unitrol, Type Freedom Unitrol, and 9800 Series MCCs, Bay Power can supply refurbished versions of these Motor Control Center Buckets - our rebuilt models are retrofitted with new components, bringing your Motor Control Centers up to the latest technology without replacing the entire MCC.
When a Motor Control Center/MCC Bucket fails you only have two options - buy a reconditioned replacement or buy a brand new bucket, which usually leads to a full system overhaul. Buying a new replacement is a major undertaking, as the failed bucket is not the only thing that needs to be replaced. A complete retrofit of the entire motor control center will be in order. The cost and complexity of the project can easily skyrocket, not to mention the long lead times. Opting to rebuild eliminates the cost and necessity for new infrastructure. In fact, we can supply a completely reconditioned and fully tested MCC bucket with modern components in as little as one week in most cases, and will back the product with a full 1-year replacement warranty.
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.