Motor Control Centers
Current Midwest Custom Builds Motor Control Centers
Current Midwest can rebuild motor control centers (MCCs) using the original manufacturer’s equipment to meet your exact specifications at a fraction of the cost compared to the cost of buying new. Our inventory includes motor control centers by Cutler Hammer, Eaton, GE, Siemens, Square D, Siemens/ITE, Westinghouse, and other top brands and our reconditioned electrical equipment comes with a three-year warranty.
A Motor Control Center in a power distribution system is a simple physical grouping of combination starters that provides safe, reliable performance to control multiple electric motors in a single manufacturing assembly line from a central location. It is used for commercial and industrial applications, such as heating, cooling, lighting, and motor-driven machinery.
The most basic type of AC motor control simply turns a motor on and off with a contactor and overload relay. A combination starter is a single enclosure consisting of the motor starter, fuses or circuit breaker, and a device for disconnecting the power. At its most basic, the motor control involves simply closing a contact to turn on a motor or opening a contact to turn it off and consists of a contactor and an overload relay. However, power distribution can be complex and may require switchgear, switchboards, transformers, and panelboards.
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