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Circuit Breakers, ROMAC Has Thousands In Stock


Circuit Breakers

New, Surplus, and Reconditioned - All Major Brands

Thousands of Circuit Breakers In Stock at ROMAC Supply

We stock all types of low and medium voltage molded case, insulated case, Air, and Vacuum Circuit Breakers. Our stock includes New, Unused Surplus, and Reconditioned breakers.

Circuit Breakers-Molded Case, Insulated Case, and Air Breakers
We Stock All Major Circuit Breaker Brands
  • ABB
  • Cutler Hammer
  • ITE
  • Westinghouse
  • Square D
  • General Electric
  • Federal Pioneer
  • Roller Smith
  • Federal Pioneer
  • Sylvania
  • Allis Chalmers
  • Zinsco
  • And Many More!

New Circuit Breakers

ROMAC stocks a variety of new molded case circuit breakers. All of our new breakers come with a one-year factory warranty. ROMAC is also a GE and ABB distributor and can source factory new breakers configured to your specific application. Finding the right circuit breaker can be a daunting task. Our knowledgeable sales staff is available to help you select and source the right circuit breakers for your job (800-777-6622). In addition, a selection of our factory new circuit breakers are available for immediate purchase online at breaker.com.

Surplus Circuit Breakers

Surplus circuit breakers are unused; they have never been put into service and are essentially new. Circuit breakers are considered surplus--and not new--when a manufacturer's warranty no longer covers them. In many cases, surplus breakers are still in their original packaging; however, their physical condition can vary depending on how long they have been stored. Surplus breakers are ideal for replacing hard to find, long lead time, or obsolete units. ROMAC Supply stocks thousands of surplus circuit breakers. Our surplus breakers are all unused and have never been put into service. Our sales staff can help you find the surplus circuit breakers that you need (800-777-6622) and we have over 2000 surplus MCCBs listed on ROMAC's online store breaker.com.

ROMAC stocks all types of surplus circuit breakers - MCCB, Insulated Case, Air Circuit Breakers, and more.

Reconditioned Circuit Breakers

Reconditioning is the process of returning electrical equipment to a safe and reliable operating condition based upon the original manufacturer's design. ROMAC Supply follows ANSI EERS (Electrical Equipment Reconditioning Standard)--as established by PEARL (Professional Electrical Apparatus Reconditioning League). This includes procedures to test, inspect, disassemble, and recondition. After reconditioning, subassemblies can be reinstalled in a cleaned and often repainted enclosure or frame--this includes the addition of any upgrades or options to improve the apparatus's performance. The Assembly of the reconditioned components and subassemblies is followed by final inspection and testing. As with all testing, inspection, and reconditioning operations, final inspection and test results are recorded onto the valuation and test forms included with the standard. Like surplus circuit breakers, reconditioned breakers are a good option when you need a replacement for hard to find, long lead time, or obsolete units. ROMAC has been a leader in the reconditioning, retrofitting, and retrofilling of electrical equipment for decades. Our stock includes hundreds of already reconditioned circuit breakers ready to ship. We offer reconditioning, retrofit, and retrofill services if you have existing circuit breakers that you need serviced or upgraded. Call our sales department today (800-777-6622) or take a look at hundreds of reconditioned molded case circuit breakers available on breaker.com.

ROMAC's Reconditioned Circuit Breaker Buyer's Guide

ROMAC stocks all types of reconditioned circuit breakers - MCCB, Insulated Case, Air Circuit Breakers and more.

Circuit Breaker Accessories and Parts

ROMAC stocks and sources circuit breaker parts and accessories, lugs, rating plugs, mounting hardware, and more. The manufacturing divisions of ROMAC Electrical Power Equipment include HRC (Hardware Resource Company). The HRC product group manufactures circuit breaker mounting kits and circuit breaker enclosures for MCCBs up to 1200 Amp. Visit the HRC Website (https://www.breakerhardware.com) or call a ROMAC sales representative (800-777-6622) for more information about HRC circuit breaker accessories. The entire HRC catalog of product is also available for immediate purchase on ROMAC's online store breaker.com.

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Line of Air Circuit Breakers
Various molded case circuit breakers.
Eaton/Cutler Hammer DSII Low Voltage Air Circuit Breaker.
A circuit breaker mounted with HRC mounting hardware.


How Do I Find The Circuit Breaker I Need?

If you know the stock code or part number of the circuit breaker you need, you can use our inventory search. If not, fill out the simple form below, and a ROMAC Sales Engineer will search for your specific item or options and get back to you within one business day. If you would like to talk to a sales engineer on the phone (M-F 8am-5pm) Call Us Now: 1-800-777-6622.


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Circuit Breakers That We Stock

ROMAC's 100,000 square foot warehouse is full of thousands of circuit breakers of all makes and models. Listed below are just a few of the MCCB, Insulated Case, and Air Breaker brands and models in stock. This is by no means an exhaustive list, and we receive new stock every week.

Molded Case Circuit Breakers That We Stock

General Electric Molded Case Circuit Breakers:

Types E-Line, F-Line, FBV, FBN, FCN, FCV, K-Line, TB, TC, TE, TF, TFJ, TFK, TG, THLC, TJ, TJJ, JTK TK, TKL, TKM, TLB4, TKM, TED, TP, Spectra

Cutler-Hammer /Westinghouse / Eaton Molded Case Circuit Breakers:

Series C, Series G, BZM series, LZM series, NZM series, Type CRD, CRDC, MDN-C20, PA, PAF, PB, PBF, PC, PCA, PCC, PCCF, PCCFG, PCCFGA, PCCGA, PCF, PCFA, PCFG, PCFGA, PCGA, RD, RDC, RGC, RG

ITE Molded Case Circuit Breakers:

3VF, BL, BQ, CE3, CP3, CQD, CR3, E Frame, HK Frame, HRB Frame, J Frame, Type CJ3, L Frame, M Frame, N Frame, P Frame, Q Frame, SHK, SKMF, SKPF, VL

ABB / BBC Molded Case Circuit Breakers:

TMAX Series, K-Line

Gould / ITE / Cutler Hammer Molded Case Circuit breakers:

E Frame: E2, E4, E6, ED, EE, EF, EH, HHED, HE2, HE3, HE4, HE6; F Frame: F63, FD, FJ2, FJ3, FJ6, CLF, FXD, HFXD; J Frame: CJ3, HJ3, HJ6, HJD, JD2, JD6, JJ3, JJ6, JL2, JL3, JXD, SCJ, SJD; L Frame: LJ6, LL6, LMXD, LXD, SHLD, SLD, HLD; M Frame: KMB, KM3, MD6, SKM, SCM; N Frame: HN3, HNXD, NXD, ND6, CND, SND; P Frame: HP, KP3, PXD; QJ Frame: QJ2, QJ3; SB Frame: SBH; SHK Frame: SH

Schneider Electric Molded Case Circuit

Type 9, Type, A1B, Type A1L, D Frame, E Frame, F Frame, G Frame, H Frame, I Frame, J Frame, K Frame, L Frame, M Frame, N Frame, NW Frame, P Frame, Q Frame, R Frame, SE Frame, Type Y1B

Westinghouse Molded Case Circuit Breakers:

Type CA, Type CAH, Type CD, Type DA, E Frame, F Frame, HCA Frame, J Frame, K Frame, L Frame, M Frame, N Frame, P Frame, Type RE

Federal Pacific Electric / FPE Molded Case Circuit breakers:


Insulated Case Circuit Breakers That We Stock

General Electric Insulated Case Circuit Breakers:


Cutler-Hammer / Westinghouse / Eaton Insulated Case Circuit Breakers:


Allis Chalmers / ITE Insulated Case Circuit Breakers:


ABB / BBC / Gould / ITE Insulated Case Circuit Breakers:

Emax, Isomax, SACE E3S, E3V, E6V, S8V, T8V

Square D / Schneider Electric Insulated Case Circuit Breakers:

SE, SED, SEF, SEHD, SEHF, MP Masterpact, Masterpact NW. Micrologic

Merlin Gerin Insulated Case Circuit Breakers:

CM / CM1250H, Type MP

Federal Pacific Electric / FPE Insulated Case Circuit Breakers:

NP series

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About Circuit Breakers

Medium Voltage Circuit Breaker with Retrofit.
Older model insulated case circuit breaker.
Large Air Breaker
Various Circuit Breakers

Circuit Breakers

Circuit breakers are electrical devices whose purpose is to protect all parts of the circuit in which they are engaged from electrical conditions deemed inappropriate or unsafe. Different circuit breakers offer different attributes and features, but the most basic circuit breaker monitors current for overload and short circuit. Each of these conditions is hazardous to the circuit, the electrical system, the load, the supply and operators of the equipment. When exposed to an overload or a short circuit (or any of dozens of other specific programmed conditions), the device is designed to open automatically to interrupt the circuit quickly and completely. Fault interruption is very dangerous and produces arcs that can contribute to explosive events in air break devices.

Parts of a low voltage thermal magnetic circuit breaker

Industrial Circuit Breakers

Circuit breakers operating at optimum efficiency and accuracy can play a massive part in reducing potential arc flash hazard. In low-voltage applications, most circuit breakers have all or most of their protective behaviors integrated into the device, while in higher voltage breakers, it is common to mount the protective relaying separate from the actual breaker element. However, even that is changing now in most modern applications.

A circuit breaker is either integrally designed or programmed to trip or open automatically at designated points on an inverse time-current curve. The higher the overload, the sooner the breaker will open. A breaker may allow 125% of rated current to flow for five or more minutes, whereas a breaker exposed to 600% or more (fault condition) of rated current should trip instantly. In addition to basic short circuit and overload protection, most 600V class breakers of the last several generations allow someone to customize the curve on which the breaker trips.

Breakers may monitor and protect for ground fault conditions, under or overvoltage conditions, under or over frequency conditions and phase failure or phase sequence. They even may be paying attention to the condition of other circuits in the same system (a feature sometimes known as zone interlock).

Medium-Voltage Air Breakers

From the early 1900s until the earliest 1980s, 5 and 15 KV breakers were either oil or air break type and in the second half of that period it was all air. The very largest industrial installations built before 1980 will still be running large distribution through air circuit breakers. Yet their major manufacturers are very little help when parts or replacement breakers are needed to keep a plant running. That is where we come in. We can also often provide vacuum retrofitted breakers to replace your failed air breakers as easily as rolling it into the existing cabinet.

Air Circuit Breakers

A step heavier than insulated case breakers, air breakers are completely modular with more of the internal parts and subassemblies externally accessible. These are designed for very long service life. Many generations of these products were made backwards compatible or conversely upgradeable to new products without replacing their switchgear. More recent generations of all manufacturers’ products are not backwards compatible, making our inventories of used and unused surplus product very important for keeping you up and running or allowing you to expand your existing gear. If you have a 15-year-old piece of switchgear, it is still in its youth as far as its design life, but its manufacturer stopped supporting it long ago. That is where we step in, and this product is one of the best examples of how we can help you keep the lights on and the conveyors moving.

Medium-Voltage Vacuum Breakers

Like air circuit breakers, these breakers have been available since the early 1980s and will remain the standard for years to come, as this is a vastly superior technology. Our inventories are growing and are available to get you back online now.

Insulated-Case Circuit Breakers

These larger size breakers can be customized with programmers and accessories and are field serviceable. These devices are found in heavier applications — usually industrial facilities where the product is expected to withstand more demanding service. Our inventory and service technicians are well up to the task, and this product has us out in the field for service and repair more often than any of our other product lines.

Molded Case Circuit Breakers

These are in your home panelboard, schools and commercial buildings, gas stations and strip malls. This is the most common type of low-voltage circuit protective device, and we have the country’s largest and most comprehensive inventory. ROMAC has the most structured and rigid work scope for reconditioning them, with 24/7 service to get it for you when you need it.

Major parts and subassemblies of molded and insulated case breakers may include:

  • Contact saddle with gang-operated contact holders and contacts
  • Switching mechanism
  • Phase barriers
  • Molded or insulated case, bottom or base
  • Case cover, sometimes including manual operating lever
  • Sometimes removable and sometimes stationary polebases with stationary contacts mounted
  • Line and load conductive pads, connectors, braids
  • Trip unit(s), programmers
  • Current sensors or current transformers
  • Flux shifter
  • Trip bar
  • Accessories and auxiliaries, shunt trip, undervoltage release, aux contacts, aux switch
  • Charging motor or motor operator
  • Fuses on control power or for current limiting
  • Terminals or lugs

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