ACS/Uni-Fab™, part of Atkore International has introduced fully engineered pre-wired load centers to increase efficiencies of electrical wiring projects. All cables come coiled and zip-tied to the panel bracket (optional), leaving the contractor with a highly expedited installation—the crew simply routes the branch wiring to its destination.
ACS/Uni-Fab Pre-Wired Load Centers also simplify the materials process and reduce onsite labor in several ways:
Fully Customizable – Pre-wired load centers are designed for each specific project. The ACS/Uni-Fab team works directly with the electrical contractor on exact requirements for the electrical system related to branch length, outlets, switching, etc. The load centers are built to project specifications and panel schedule, and conductors are labeled with circuit numbers for easy identification during installation.
Reduced Labor & Material – Load Centers are pre-wired from the circuit breaker out, with the homeruns for each circuit precut to length and terminated in the panel, reducing installation time and labor. Precut cables also eliminate the wait for components from various manufacturers, and reduce the number of large coils and reels (typically 250 ft. and 1,000 ft. respectively) that need to be transported from area to area.
Shipped to Schedule – The Load Centers are manufactured to adhere to National Electrical Code (NEC) and UL® standards (UL File No. E95149) in a controlled environment, with oversight by QC producers to ensure product quality. The load centers are available with metallic or non-metallic cable, and can be shipped in “stages” so that all material does not have to be stored on the jobsite at once, risking theft or damage.
ACS/Uni-Fab Pre-Wired Load Centers are especially useful for contractors and building owners looking for ways to speed up installation time on large-scale, repetitive jobs such as hotels, condos, healthcare facilities, and college dormitories.
ACS/Uni-Fab is a leading manufacturer of modular and prefabricated electrical products, tracing its origins back to 1984.