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HVAC Disconnect has compliant ground-fault receptacle.

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July 23, 2003 - Model B222-60NFGF is a 60 A, non-fused ac disconnect pullout with built-in, 110 V ground-fault receptacle for residential and light-commercial applications. Receptacle meets requirement of 210.63 and 210.8 of 2002 NECĀ®. Rotating design and ample space allow for easy wiring.

Cooper Bussmann

7300 W. Wilson Ave., Chicago, IL, 60706-4792, USA

Original Press Release

A.C. Disconnect Pullout Has Code-Compliant Ground Fault Receptacle

Press release date: July 11, 2003

ST. LOUIS-[July 11, 2003-Cooper Bussmann has introduced a new product to their existing line of air conditioning disconnects. The B222-60NFGF is a 60A, non-fused HVAC disconnect with a built-in (110 volt) ground fault receptacle designed for residential and light commercial applications.

This new receptacle meets the requirements of 210.63 and 210.8 of the 2002 NECĀ®. It is designed to save labor and material costs. It features ample wiring space and a unique rotating receptacle for easier wiring that make it one of the most user-friendly disconnect pullouts on the market.

This new ground fault model joins the existing Bussmann family of the popular 60A non-fused, and 30A and 60A fused versions, standards in the industry.

Cooper Bussmann, a division of Cooper Industries, manufactures and markets circuit protection products for the electrical, electronic and automotive industries, domestically and internationally. Headquartered in St. Louis, Mo., Bussmann has manufacturing facilities in three domestic and eight international locations and approximately 3,000 team members worldwide. Cooper Industries, with 2002 revenues of $4.0 billion, is a worldwide manufacture of electrical products, tools and hardware. Additional information about Cooper is available on the Company's Internet site: www.cooperindustries.com.

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