Thanks for the question. You can use NON-15 which is a class H one time use fuse. You will need two for this application. GE's fused AC disconnects can use either of the following Class fuses: H, K1,K5, K9, RK1 or RK5.
Thank you for your question. The TF30RCP is assembled in Mexico.
This unit will accept the follow classes of fuse 60A max: H, K1, K5, K9, RK1, or RK5. Thanks for the question.
The Model you ask about is used for an Air Conditioner Compressor Disconnect so the A/C can be serviced. It is a "fused" disconnect vs a "switch" disconnect. In this case, fused mean there is a pullout connection...there is NOT any kind of fuse in the sense of old style fuses that would "burnout" when a circuit would experience a fault. An A/C Disconnect that its either switched (like a breaker) or the fused style works fine...its usually just a preference. However you mentioned "two 20A circuit breakers" which makes me wonder what you are using this for. I would recommend you consult with an electrician as they would be able to recommend/install what you may really need.
It's just a discount box, in and out.
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Ted, this box is designed to be used on anything that has to have a disconnect in the system that a tech can use to service the unit. It is a fused box that is rated for 30 AMPS or less on a 208, 230 or 240 volt system. Watts do not fit in the use. It is just like a circuit breaker, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50, 70, 100, amps. 115-120 or 230-240, 460-480 volts. Wire size is what the manufactory calls for on their units, copper 10, 8, 6, etc.
This unit will handle #14 through #3 so yes it will. Thanks for the question.