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For after-hours or emergency support, contact us 24/7 via our emergency phone number at 877-4-SAFETY or 940-382-4411.

CBS ArcSafe's personnel are available to assist you at all times.

Don't hesitate to contact us via phone, fax, or email if you have a technical question, repair or upgrade request. Please let us know if you would like one of our traveling teams to conduct a demonstration at your facility using your equipment and our CBS ArcSafe remote racking and remote switching solutions. Just put the reason for your query in the subject line below and we'll get back to you ASAP!

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Our demo vans cover the country. We can provide a demonstration using your breakers at your facility.

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We pride ourselves on our quick response time and have developed this form to assist us both. While we realize that some folks do not like filling out forms or providing their contact information, we want to provide you the best possible service and the most competitive pricing. We ask that you please take a moment and fill it out as accurately and completely as possible. Upon receipt, we will route your inquiry to the best department/affiliate and one of our staff will quickly respond to you.

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