A bus duct system an effective method of distributing power to your switchboard and other loads.
A bus duct system an effective method of distributing power to your switchboard and other loads. Bus ducts in Cleveland and Northeast Ohio, overtime can experience mechanical damage and dust accumulation, which can lead to catastrophic damage.
Since bus ducts are mainly used to effectively and efficiently supply electricity to Industrial locations any damage can lead to costly and extensive downtime. In order to protect bus ducts against mechanical damage and dust accumulation, copper or aluminum conductors are used to completely enclose and insulate the bus duct.
All three bus duct systems have all the same ratings and are identical in application. So why chose one over the other? Segregated bus ducts are considered slightly more reliable than non-segregated and isolated. When manufactured, industry standards are meticulously followed to ensure that these bus ducts provide varied voltage capacities in order to meet exact application demands. The segregated bus duct production process takes in consideration various factors like heating effects, thermal effects, electro dynamic force and voltage drop. Due to their rigid design, they offer clients minimal maintenance and reliable functioning.
Portman Electric, Inc. has removed the uncertainty out of making the right choice for our clients. Our industrial and commercial electrical power professionals have 28 years of knowledge and experience in choosing and installing bus duct systems. As experienced electrical contractors we can access the needs of our clients and present them with the most efficient phasing arrangements to minimize loss and lower operating costs. Feel free to contact one of our electrical power professionals to discuss your specific power needs. We can be reached at here or contact us by phone at 1-800-831-3744
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