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Ground Fault Protection
Ground fault protection can save lives in homes, businesses and job sites. A Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) can protect against electrocution by shutting down power when it detects a lack of current. Grainger's line of protection is perfect for home areas like kitchens or bathrooms, as well as for industrial areas like factories or construction sites. Keep your workers safe, and your workplace up and running with these great protection products.
Most Popular Ground Fault Protection Products
- POWER FIRSTItem # 5YL47
- CSAItem # 8XRA1
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- LEVITONItem # 14N915
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- HUBBELL WIRING DEVICE-KELLEMSItem # 3DWC1
- POWER FIRSTItem # 2XYR2
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- ACME ELECTRICItem # 3CNN9
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- CONNECTICUT-ELECTRICItem # 6YTN7
- SQUARE DItem # 22LR36
- POWER FIRSTItem # 2XYR3
- HUBBELL WIRING DEVICE-KELLEMSItem # 4CT53
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