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#50256 - 03/28/05 02:43 AM Bolt-in twin breakers?
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Do they make twin (2CKT) for the bolt-in type breakers?
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#50257 - 03/28/05 03:07 AM Re: Bolt-in twin breakers?
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Yep 2-pole and 3-pole, even 4 and 6 pole. But if you mean skinnies, nope! Never seen one.
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#50258 - 03/28/05 03:13 AM Re: Bolt-in twin breakers?
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Yes, I meant the thin ones. the same size as one thick.
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#50259 - 03/28/05 06:18 AM Re: Bolt-in twin breakers?
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This is one of the big differences between "panelboards" and "loadcenters". The obsolete Bulldog/ITE/Seimens Pushmatic product line had bolt-in twin breakers, but it was marketed as a loadcenter.

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