Leading manufacturer house service cut-outs fuse with 60amp/80amp

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$2.50 - $3.50 / Piece | 1000 Piece/Pieces (Min. Order)
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Overview
Quick Details
Place of Origin:
Zhejiang, China
Brand Name:
MG
Model Number:
CT1P
Usage:
LOW VOLTAGE
Breaking Capacity:
High
Safety Standards:
BSI
Material:
Bakelite,copper
Main color:
black,white
Rated current:
125A
Rated insulation voltage:
500V
Application:
house service
Certificate:
ISO9001
Supply Ability
Supply Ability:
500000 Piece/Pieces per Month
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
Cartons
Port
Wenzhou/Shanghai/Ningbo
Lead Time :
30days after payment
Product Description

Our range of house service cutouts is developed using molded non-hygroscopic phenolic powder. The fuse present in it can be easily replaced along with self-locating fuse clip. Furthermore, phosphor bronze spring clips maintain high contact pressure. Combinations of these cutout types can be easily develop by using three phase system. Standard barrel type fuse can be linked up to 100 amps, thus it can be used in these fittings.


1.sealing lugs provided in it facilitate the sealing at the installation where ever the power supply is needed to be tamper proof
2.wiping action and material of contact that is tin plated brass, ensures low contact resistance, thus offer low thermal effects
3.phase terminals are protected by the molded shroud. Both, phase and neutral connections are ideal to receive the 2 x 35 sq. Mm cable

 Cutout Fuse  inner view
Cutout Fuse clip
Double Pole house service cutouts
Environmentally friendly copper
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HELP&ADVICE


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