Cutler-Hammer boasts years of experience, dating all the way back to 1883. Constantly innovative, the year 1900 saw they develop the first ever patent for an automatic motor, and the following year the company designed the control equipment for the Panama Canal. By the 1930s, engineers at Cutler-Hammer had obtained 28 patents for the use of vacuum tubes to control heavy currents.
In 1978, Eaton acquired Cutler-Hammer. Eaton has been in business for more than one-hundred years and services customers around the world. National Fuse is happy to carry a variety of Cutler-Hammer fuses and parts perfect for a range of projects and applications.
You can view National Fuse’s entire selection of Cutler-Hammer products from Eaton, as well as the rest of our catalog, online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you have any questions about our range of Cutler-Hammer fuses, or if you need assistance choosing the right part, you can contact us anytime and a member of our team will respond as soon as possible. You can also reach National Fuse by phone at 800-328-0496.