Isolaters & RCCB

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Isolaters & RCCB

Circuit breaker always trips the circuit but when there is an open contact of the breaker, it cannot be physically seen from outside of the breaker and that is why it is considered as the “not to touch” area of the electrical circuit. Thus, the isolators are created for the safety so that, one can see the condition of the section of the circuit before touching it. The isolator is a switch which isolates the part of the circuit system when it is required. Electrical isolators are the separate part of the system that is created for the safe maintenance. Isolators are generally used at the end of the breaker to repair or to replace.
Why is it necessary?

There are two types of electrical faults which are very dangerous. One is when there is a high current fault due to some short circuit current, which can be protected by an MCB. Second is when earth leakage arises due to wet hands touched by someone. And an MCB cannot detect this fault, whereas it can be detected by the RCCB. The main principle behind the function of the RCCB is when current is flowing through the appliances it may return in full. There is the difference of milliampere and it may detect and trip the power supply in the circuit. When the current flows out from the appliances, then it is known as residual current.

Quality Tests

To meet international standards, we perform various types of tests on our wires. These tests include cable fault detection, cable compliance testing, cable heat shock testing, etc. We aim to maintain our position as one of the reliable aluminium cable suppliers in India. Hence, the quality of the product is of utmost importance for us.