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#193001 - 03/14/10 08:28 PM Cutler Hammer Retrofit Interiors
rcksmith127 Offline
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Registered: 04/15/05
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Loc: Danvers, Ma, USA
Hello all.
I am looking at a project that calls for the replacement of twenty four FPE load center panels in an apartment building. I am considerng the Cutler Hammer Retrofit Interior for these.
Does anyone have any expierience with these? Pros or Cons?
Looking at them they seem to be the perfect fit.
Let me know please.
Thanks
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#193002 - 03/14/10 09:12 PM Re: Cutler Hammer Retrofit Interiors [Re: rcksmith127]
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The last time I did use that product when I was working on the sunken load centre on conctre wall I have to use the retrofit panel to fit in the oringal load centre one good thing the load centre tub is very good shape no corrosion of I can able see { this is first step to verify it before you can justify getting a retrofit in there } and double check the mesurement to make sure it will fit in and yes IIRC they did send me a adpator ring to fit the cover for it due the cover hold down screws are at diffrent location this product I did use is from CH they do fit in pretty nice in there.

Merci,Marc
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