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We are sorry but to answer your question we would need more information. If you could please call 800-472-4643 and speak with one of our tech reps they will be able to assist you in getting the information you are asking for.

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I am building an electrical panel box with two breaker switches that are side by side, ten inches apart. The two must not be able to be toggle switched on at the same time. Do you know of a pre-manufactured sliding device that would prevent both switches from manually being turned on at the same time?
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I don't know the size of your breakers, for big breakers there is an interlock that we use for that. To switch power-city with power-generator, so the breakers will not be "on" at the same time, one "off" and the other "on", so we select power. Call Grainger to see they can help you, other idea is use a select switch, they are on different sizes and amps. Connect the "out" of each breakers to your "in" on the select switch. (in1 or in2) to out.
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Look Grainger item 2MY44
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we are using existing wall receptical with two short extenstion co rds under the carpet for lamps
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We stock a couple different options that may work for your installation. Please call us at 1-800-Grainger so we can discuss your installation in greater detail.

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Morning i looking for a switch Tyco Part number PT5F21E FE or
a replace part.
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Sorry Grainger doesn't sell Tyco parts. Check your part number may be is PT5F21E-KE and not PT5F21E-FE This part is a switch for power tools, this part is discontinue, the number that you have is only a Tyco number not the part number that you need, if this is a power tool switch call the dealer of the power tool and ask for this part or look his catalog to find the part number.
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I have an Induction motor
110V , 150W 2580 RPM
This motor drives some small hobby tools. I would like to regulate the RPM down. as much as possible .
there is very little toque required in the low speed ,just some buffing resin parts.
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Look item 5JJ60.
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I don't know what size of chain you have, look items 2YEH6, 2YEH5, 1A912, 1A911, 5TZL3 AND 5TZL4; they for chains.
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I need more information, the size of the wire depend on the load, AWG #10 for 30A, AWG#12 for 20A and AWG #14 for 15A. If the wire is too long, you have to go to a bigger size.
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hot food box basic heating pad its flat and has 2 wires extending from it
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I need more information (model and brand) call Grainger.
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