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    Column Width Panelboards

    Panelboards that mount in W, H, or I-beam support columns

    Designed to fit into a standard size support column in industrial plants, NF & NQ column-width panelboards conserve wall space and protect the panels.

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    Column Width Panelboards
    • Features

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      Features

      • 240 Vac maximum (NQ) or 480Y/277 Vac maximum (NF)
      • 100 - 225 Amp main circuit breaker or main lugs
      • 65kA maximum fully rated branch SCCR (@ 480Y/277 Vac for NF, or @ 240 Vac for NQ)
      • 60 Amp maximum branch circuit breaker
      • Accepts plug-on (NQ) or bolt-on branch circuit breakers (NQ or NF)
      • Solid neutral located on same end as mains
      • Galvanized steel enclosure with removable endwalls
      • Finish: gray-baked enamel electrodeposited over cleaned, phosphatized steel
      • All lugs are suitable for 75° C copper or aluminum wire


      Cable Trough

      • Stackable
      • 8.625 in. (219 mm) wide by 5.00 in. (127 mm) deep for 10” WF Beams
      • Galvanized steel trough uses enclosure end wall
      • Two-piece front trim - 15 in. (381mm) long top piece of front trim removable for pull box mounting

      Pull Box

      • Mounts on cable trough
      • 20 in. (508 mm) wide by 5.00 in. (127.00 mm) deep by 15 in. (381 mm) high
      • Removable end walls with knockouts

      Benefits

      Column Mounting Saves Wall Space and Protects Panelboard

      • Column mount puts power distribution near lighting and equipment in large facilities
      • Compact Single Row construction
      • Leverages versatile NF and NQ constructions and branch circuit breakers (up to 60A)
      • 1, 2, 3 pole branch breakers (E-frame in NF, or QO/QOB in NQ column width panel)

      Applications

      Lighting and Appliance Circuits in industrial buildings and warehouses.