Electrical safety assured

Published:  23 March, 2016

RITTAL says safety and security are two high priorities for installers and users of electrical switchgear and says to prevent personal injury or property damage as a result of issues such as fault currents (short circuits), a number of industry standards and regulations have to be followed.

These also cover the potential equalisation between all the metallic parts of an enclosure. Rittal says its TS 8 baying system is a great example of how safety can be built-in through automatic potential equalisation without necessarily having to separately earth each individual panel and says benefits include: saves mounting as many as seven earthing straps and simplifies the assembly and disassembly of all the panels

w: www.rittal.co.uk / www.friedhelm-loh-group.com

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