ABB's MNS-MCC Low Voltage Motor Control Center protects against arc flash
ABB took the primary features of a IEC product and incorporated them into a low voltage motor control center that meets UL 845, CSA C22.2 and IBC-2006 standards. Designed to achieve the greatest possible flexibility and minimize factory downtime, the MNS-MCC offers plug-in type, withdrawable type, and full height unit technology, with up to 4000A horizontal bus and 1600A vertical bus. It is available in a variety of unit types, including starters, softstarters, variable frequency drives, and mains and feeder breakers.
The MNS-MCC is engineered to provide operators the highest degree of safety and efficiency during normal operation and while performing maintenance. The MCC allows the operator to remove a unit with the door closed, with no tools, without disconnecting any wires. This bucket removal is made to encourage work to be performed outside the arc flash boundary.
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