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Federal Pacific Circuit Breakers

March 1st, 2010

MIDWEST has Federal Pacific Circuit Breakers. Whether you are looking for a used or reconditioned Federal Pacific Circuit Breaker, MIDWEST is confident we can provide you with the breaker you need. All it takes is a phone call for our engineering team to jump into action. They get really excited when the phone rings and it’s a call for a Federal Pacific Circuit Breaker.


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We stock many Federal Pacific Circuit Breakers in our inventory. When calling MIDWEST for a Federal Pacific Circuit Breaker, be sure to have the catalog number available. This number is the key identifier for the breaker. If the cat number is not available, (nameplates can become time-worn or faded) other nameplate data such as a serial number or style number are often enough to find out the size and type of breaker you need.


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MIDWEST has served the electrical community since 1977, the very same year the first oil began to flow through the Trans Alaskan Pipeline. Our experience has been invaluable in teaching important lessons about circuit breakers and power distribution equipment. Our engineers break out the high fives when they are able to solve a customer’s breaker problem. Give us a try. Our rapid fire technical team is standing by and waiting for your phone call.


For a complete list of Federal Pacific Circuit Breakers in our inventory visit our website at www.swgr.com. Call us soon and ask about our complete line of power distribution equipment.

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  1. Gilberto Gil
    March 29th, 2011 at 09:06 | #1

    You would have to be a crazy person to order a Federal Pacific circuit breaker. Right? I mean,unless you want to increase the chance that your house explodes.

    March 31st, 2011 at 09:02 | #2

    We checked and MIDWEST does have some small residential type breakers listed in our inventory. We will take these old FPE Stab-Lok breakers out of our inventory for the very reason you reference, the possibility of fire and shock hazard. Thank you for the good information. Safety first and safety always. We appreciate it. MIDWEST

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