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Copper busbar VIB series

copper busbar
copper busbar
copper busbar
copper busbar
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copper, PVC
Electrical characteristics
insulated, low-voltage
Protection level
Primary current

Min.: 95 A

Max.: 1,900 A


Insulated Flexible Copper Bars lnsulated Flexible Copper Bars are formed by coating folios overtapping each other by a special PVC compound which are safe connectors. These flexibles can be easily formed and conserve their shape avoiding deformation for a long period. Insulated flexible copper connectors are capable of carrying more electrical current than rigid bars hence having several layers that increase the electrical current surface. Therefore, the flexibles can easily be used in smaller cross­sections when compared to rigid bars, where upon they constitute cost reduction. Advantages of Insulated Flexible Copper Bars ; - Ensures safe and secure joints - Ensures time saving by the help of installation easiness - Ensures size/dimension savings by the help of usage in tight spaces - Ensures cost and design work savings - Ensures easiness for forming and process Application Areas of lnsulated Flexible Busbars: - lnner couplings of low voltage power panels - Expansion joints of circuit breakers - Expansion joints of transformers - Expansion joints of busbars - As earthing bands - In electrically powered vehicles - In coating stations - As battery connectors - Joints of industrial machinery/equipment Method Of Application: These busbars have to be cut and drilled after forming according to position of joint. Drilling and/or cutting previously may possibly cause defection on drill and cause irregular folio ends due to folios gliding during forming. Drilling and cutting during installing materials are generally actualized using a busbar fabrication machine.


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