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We offer a wide range of rising mains, which are available up to 4000A and can work with less than 35OC of temperature. These enable electrical distribution to be rapidly installed in multi-storey buildings, office blocks, hotels, hospitals and car parks. Further, our range is lighter and easier to handle on site and easy to install.
Bus bars are rigidly on the thrust pads provided at suitable intervals
Expansion joints are provided at suitable intervals
Fire proof barriers at each floor crossing
Fully insulted bus bars supported and braced to withstand short circuit forces.
Built in provision for future extension
Heavy duty fuse switch unit to control incoming supply
Fixed type tap-off boxes with HRC fuses are provided...
Our range of bus trunking, electrical rising main is available in 415V segregated bus duct, non segregated bus duct forms manufactured from high grade raw material; these electric bus ducts are quality tested o well defined quality parameters before being delivered to our clients based across the nation. We also meet customized requirement and offer these at competitive prices