Hazardous Location Portable GFCI Cords
Hazardous location portable GFCI cords are electrical devices that help protect users from ground faults when using equipment in locations where explosion or fire hazards exist. They have an integrated circuit breaker that turns off the power when a current overload is detected, helping protect users from electrical burns, shock, or electrocution. They are commonly used in oil, gas, agriculture, and mining applications that may be exposed to flammable gases, flammable or combustible vapors, combustible dusts, or ignitable fibers. These portable cords are typically placed or hung near an existing power outlet.
Hazardous Location Portable GFCI Cords with Manual Reset