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Reliance Controls Corporation PB30 30-Amp NEMA 3R Power Inlet Box for Generators Up to 7,500 Running Watts

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Reliance Controls Corporation PB30 30-Amp NEMA 3R Power Inlet Box for Generators Up to 7,500 Running Watts

The Reliance Controls PB30 NEMA 3R Power Inlet Box is an outdoor/watertight electrical inlet for a 30 Amp L14-30 generator cord. It is designed to be located outdoors where the generator is running to prevent dangerous carbon monoxide fumes from the generator from entering your house. This inlet box is then safely hardwired through an outside wall directly to the transfer switch or panel, eliminating the need for cords running through windows or doors. It is designed to be wired directly to the
  • For indoor or outdoor use with specific transfer switches, manual transfer panels and generator-ready load centers
  • Outdoor, raintight NEMA 3R non-metallic power inlet box provides generous wiring space
  • Maximum generator running watts: 7,500
  • Maximum generator input: 30A @ 125/250 VAC
  • UL listed and comes with a 5-year product warranty

List Price : $ 49.99

Price : $ 49.13

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People require generator hire for many different uses and both individuals and businesses may need generator hire services for a one off job or for long term hire. Generators are machines that produce power when mains electricity or other power supplies are not available. They are most commonly needed for outdoor use to power equipment. People will often see generator hire equipment on building sites, at fairs, festivals, concerts, outdoor catering events and where people are hiring a marquee and require power. Generators can be used to power anything that electricity would normally power like tools, lighting, cooking equipment, sound equipment and other equipment that needs power outdoors.

Most generator hire companies will offer a range of different generator hire products for different uses. Most generators designed for commercial or industrial use are portable or van towable making them easy to transport. The generator hire machine that is required will depend on what it is being used for. Large 430 volt generators are ideal for powering large equipment and machinery where smaller generator hire machines are suitable for lighting and sound systems or hand tools and lights. Generator hire machines run on petrol or diesel and some companies will be able to supply red diesel that is exempt from road duty and attracts VAT at 5% making it a very cost effective choice.

People who require generator hire may also want to hire a scabbler. A scabbler is a machine that is used widely amongst flooring contractors. The Scabbler is used to give a light key to the surface before coatings are applied. People will choose to use a scabbler when they just need to take a millimetre or two off an existing surface to make a sound base to apply a new coating onto. People who require generator hire and scabbler hire may be able to hire this equipment from the same suppliers. Some hire companies who offer generator hire will be able to supply customers with a wheel lock and tow hitch bar free of charge for added security when people are using generator hire devices.

If you want reliable, dependable and professional generator hire then multi-hire.co.uk has all you need. A Scabbler bears the mark of true quality and class and we also pride ourselves on our superb services.

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Maybe zero point? Voltage is stable, even under load, that’s promising!
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