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Why I Prefer Busbar Trunking Systems More Than Cables

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Why I Prefer Busbar Trunking Systems More Than Cables

Planning concept for power supply //

When a planning concept for power supply is developed, it is not only imperative to observe standards and regulations, it is also important to discuss and clarify economic and technical interrelations (cables and/or busbar trunking systems depending on situations).

The rating and selection of electric equipment, such as distribution boards and transformers, must be performed in such a way that an optimum result for the power system as a whole is kept in mind rather than focusing on individual components.

The most important is that all components must be sufficiently rated to withstand normal operating conditions as well as fault conditions.

Further important aspects to be considered for the creation of an energy concept are //

  • Type, use and shape of the building (e.g. high-rise/low-rise building, multi-storey building)
  • Load centers and possible power transmission routes and locations for transformers and main distribution boards
  • Building-related connection values according to specific area loads that correspond to the building’s type of use
  • Statutory provisions and conditions imposed by building authorities
  • Requirements of the power distribution network operator

The result will never be a single solution. Several options must be assessed in terms of their technical and economic impacts.

The following requirements are the main points of interest //

  • Easy and transparent planning
  • Long service life
  • High availability
  • Low fire load
  • Flexible adaptation to changes in the building

Most applications suggest the use of suitable busbar trunking systems to meet these requirements.

For this reason, engineering companies increasingly prefer busbar trunking to cable installation for power transmission and distribution. The most common busbar trunking systems ratings are from 25 A to 6,300 A.


 

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