Contact blocks are insulated flames used in pushbuttons
and toggle switches
for securing wires together. The contact block houses a metal strip (current-carrying element) and provides a firm base for clamping. The contact blocks can be modular or mounted on a rail to increase the terminal numbers.The main types of contact blocks include the structure type that can be single level pass design for connecting only two wires, or dual level blocks. The dual-level model is recommended for saving space.Another category of contact blocks is the device types that include ground blocks that operate like the single level feed model. However, the wires are grounded to the DIN rail or panel. Other blocks in this category include fused connection terminals, thermocouple blocks, and disconnection blocks. The last type of connector block is the clamping option model. These can be the screw terminal model where a conductor is pressed against a conductor strip using a screw. The wires can also be connected to the conductor and pressed using a spring. Visit our site to see the available contact blocks for your facility.