BQ type "Bryant" BR, Cutler Hammer or now Eaton Quad Circuit Breakers. 4 poles in 2 pole spaces, with common trip.
Please select configuration from the drop down. Image is for representation only. Most current models look like this, but you may have colored handles and/or a wire type handle tie.
It is possible but not recommend to run large amperage loads simultaneously. Example: you can get a 50/50 Quad but if you are running 2 large Air Conditioners you will likely get frequent tripping. Try to space your loads out and away from other breakers that are heavily loaded to reduce the amount of heat transferred form one to another.
Cutler Hammer / Eaton is not our main panel line, we only sell replacment circuit breaker.
All the BQ breaker are rejection type. These will not fit on full bus tabs that are not notched. If you do not know what I am talking about, sorry but you probably shouldn't be working on it.
Installed Circuit Breakers are not returnable.
Any AFCI and/or GFCI breakers are not returnable.