Federal Electric HBA B10 Circuit Breaker

Federal Electric HBA B10 Circuit Breaker

£8.99 Excluding VAT

The Federal Electric HBA B10 Circuit Breaker is used to control and protect the electrical panel. It also controls and protects the other devices from overflowing of electrical power. Circuit breakers are used to maintain and ensure safety and quality of the energy provided. This is an obsolete product so when it’s gone, it’s gone!

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Federal Electric HBA B10 Circuit Breaker

The Federal Electric HBA B10 Circuit Breaker is used to control and protect the electrical panel. It also controls and protects the other devices from overflowing of electrical power. Circuit breakers are used to maintain and ensure safety and quality of the energy provided. This is an obsolete product so when it’s gone, it’s gone!

Why do I need a Federal Electric HBA B10 Circuit Breaker?

A circuit breaker is an automatically operated electrical switch designed to protect an electrical circuit from damage.  Especially damage caused by excess current from an overload or short circuit. Its basic function is to interrupt current flow after a fault is detected.

Are you Looking for an Obsolete Part?

Capricorn Electrical can help! We are specialist in holding obsolete stock and are renown for being able to source specific obsolete stock items and supplies. 

Being based in the Heart of the West Midlands, we are positioned in a prime location to able to offer our services and speedy delivery throughout the UK.

Obsolete Supplies are one of the most important assets of a business operation.  Without them your business may not be able to function properly.  At worst it may have to cease. It also accounts for a huge percentage of a sales company’s revenues. If the inventory is held for too long, the goods may reach the end of their product life and become obsolete.

What is Obsolete Stock?

Obsolete Stock by definition is a term that refers to inventory that has reached the end of its product life cycle.  The end of the product life cycle is typically determined based on a set period of time with no sales for that specific product offering. 

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