Distribution panels, also known as power distribution boxes or spider boxes, are pieces of equipment that provide power to a variety of components at once and distribute electricity around large areas like warehouses, office buildings and more. By providing one main power switch that controls the flow of power for all connected circuits, you can shut down power in a specific area for electricity safety while working on a project. An electric feeder rental can also provide easy electrical resets when a short or voltage overload occurs. We carry top spider box electrical manufacturers to ensure you get the best quality equipment for your project. Read more about this equipment in the FAQ section below.
To connect a generator to an electrical panel, first shut down the main power to avoid any electrical dangers. Next, remove the circuit breaker and connect a transfer switch to the panel. Finally connect the generator to your breaker box and test the equipment to ensure it is functioning properly.
BDFB stands for battery distribution fuse bay, and it is a secondary power distribution unit from the battery plant to the load equipment.
A spider box is a portable power distribution device that uses a 250 VAC, single-phase power source to provide electricity to jobsites.