Air Break Fuse-Switch
Air- Break fuse switches are installed on low-pressure air power poles and can be disconnected and connected under load by common stick woods in power distribution companies.
These fuse switches are used to maneuver network lines for repairs or modifications, short circuit protection and overload, and quick troubleshooting.
In addition, due to the widespread use of self-supporting cables in the air network and their greater vulnerability to long-term overloads and severe short-circuit currents, it is important to use these fuse switches.
Main line protection by installing at the beginning of the output feeder from the distribution post
Branch line protection by installing at the beginning of the branches taken from the main line.
Selective protection in long networks with installation in the range of 60% distance at the beginning of the feeder.
Consumer protection or temporary connection to a consumer.
Network protection in places where the material of the conductors or their cross-sectional area changes.
Ring the main lines of two different posts by installing at the junction of two feeders as N.O.
Temporary network earthing
Air-Break Fuse Switch Features
Manufactured with self-extinguishing fiber polyester thermostat material, UV resistant and with high mechanical strength and insulation resistance
Can be used as a single bridge and four bridges
Ability to disconnect and connect the lighting phase of the passages separately
Ability to disconnect and connect under load
Ability to install a variety of cables in different sizes inside the key to protect against environmental factors
Ability to install a variety of wiring terminals such as propeller-specific terminals, V-shaped terminals or serrated terminals
It has separate protective frames for each of the input and output terminals for safe installation
Ability to install a smart system to detect the fuse or fuse of each phase and accurately determine the spatial coordinates and time of the error event
Ability to install Flag to detect the presence or absence of fuses in the key
Ability to install LEDs to detect fuse burning