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E-Line KB Range Compact Busbar Systems are used for vertical and horizontal distribution and transmission of energy in facilities where large amounts of power are required. (plug-in or bolt-on type) The KB range is also used in areas of facilities and buildings for power transmission, e.g. between transformers and switch boards where tap off boxes are not required.

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Advantages of E-Line KB Compact Busbar

  • High short circuit resistance due to compact construction
  • Less voltage drop in comparison to cable systems
  • Special alloy metal enclosure provides higher mechanical resistance and causes less electromagnetic interference
  • Better heat dissipation capability
  • Fire-resistant
  • High Protection Degree against water and Dust
  • Requires less space in comparison to cable systems

Different Types According to Applications

  • Plug-in type (Standard 2 plug-in outlets on both sides of the 3m enclosure)
  • Bolt-on type (outlets only at joint)
  • Plug-in window number can be increased optionally

E-Line KB (Busbar trunking high power) Pictures

Technical Features

Current ranges for KBA Aluminum conductor series: 800A / 1000A / 1250A / 1600A / 2000A / 2500A / 3050A / 3100A / 4000A / 4250A / 5000A
Current ranges for KBC II Copper conductor series 1000A / 1250A / 1600A / 2000A / 2250A / 2500A / 3000A / 3600A / 4250A / 4400A / 5300A / 6300A
IP55 protection class (IP 65 optional)
Al or Cu conductors are fully tin plated
4, 4.5 or 5 conductors
Clean Earth option
Standard galvanized metal sheet body (painted with RAL 7038)

Tap Off Boxes

  • Plug-in or bolt-on type tap off boxes rated at 160A, 250A, 400A and 630A are available. (With standard SYK switch fuse or MCCB) (empty or MCCB included)
  • Bolt-on type tap off boxes rated at 800A and 1000A are available. These are compatible with MCCBs and can be supplied with or without the MCCB included

Applications E-Line KB

  • Production areas of factories and main energy centres
  • Automotive factories
  • Automotive sub-industries
  • High-rise buildings
  • Skyscrapers
  • Hotels
  • Hospitals
  • Business centres
  • Malls
  • Iron and steel factories
  • Dockyards
  • Power plants
  • Data Centres