Power, process control panels, systems are standard, custom, pre-engineered
The new Mokon line of standard, custom, and pre-engineered power and process control panels and systems target the plastics, food processing, pharmaceutical, packaging and other industries.
Mokon introduced a new line of standard, custom, and pre-engineered power and process control panels and systems.
Buffalo, NY – Mokon’s new line of standard, custom, and pre-engineered power and process control panels and systems target commercial and industrial application, including the plastics, food processing, pharmaceutical, and packaging industries. (Also see related reading below on panel and machine design.)
Features include UL -and cUL-listed sub-panels; ESA electrical approval, and CSA compatibility; NFPA 79 electrical standards; UL 508, NEC, and CEC standards; CE Mark- and directives-compliant; NEMA-rated enclosures for hazardous and non-hazardous locations; and local or remote panels. Capabilities include Z-purge designs and stainless steel cabinetry. NEMA 1-, 3-, 4-, 4x-, and 12-rated enclosures are available. Components include fused and unfused disconnects, circuit breakers, power distribution blocks, terminal blocks for customer interfacing, starters, electronic controls, high limits, panel heaters, and coolers. A range of custom components and communication capabilities is available.
Mokon engineers will work directly with client technicians and engineers to design and build systems specific to their processes.
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