Katko beats the squeeze

Published:  01 April, 2008

Katko

As developers continue to put the squeeze on the amount of space allocated to panel building, Katko has added the ideal solution to its comprehensive range of load break switches.

The VKA 250 series are said to be the slimmest 250 A load-break switches on the market, with a depth of only 87 mm for both the 3- and 4-pole versions. As a result, installers will find the VKA series is much easier to install than other 250 A load-break switches.

The VKA 250 series is available with terminal covers and extended rotary handles.

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