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MCC BucketsManufacturer: General Electric (GE)
The GE Evolution Series E9000 motor control center/MCC bucket introduced the first 600A plug-in units and the first snap-in low voltage vertical barriers.
Evolution's 850A Vertical Bus, Snap-In Shelves, Plug-In Feeders to 600A, and Plug-In Starters to Size 5 provide customers with more flexibility to move buckets around and add them in the future.
These evolutionary advances extend to versatility in application – from the most complex auxiliary drive systems to the most basic control of fan or pump motors. They also embrace the scope and caliber of components and systems required to satisfy those applications, from the latest in solid-state starters and drives to world-class programmable logic control to a wide variety of proven control and distribution devices.
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 GE 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 General Electric (GE)
Since being founded in 1892, General Electric, commonly known as GE, has become one of the powerhouses of the electrical industry, and has touched the lives of millions of people around the world. Whether it’s with their energy efficient appliances or electrical supply hardware, GE powers the world by focusing on innovation, growth, and always thinking future-first. With Thomas Edison being one of their original founders and patenting the first circuit breaker, it’s no wonder GE is one of the biggest names in the electrical hardware industry.