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Canalis KS

Busbar trunking for medium power distribution up to 1000A

Prefabricated busbar trunking for medium power distribution from 100A to 1000A

Canalis KS
  • Features

    Canalis KS is designed for medium power distribution from 100A to 1000A with high tap-off densities in industrial and commercial buildings. It provides an IP55 degree of protection whatever the installation method. Consequently, it can be installed in virtually any types of buildings.

    Technical characteristics:

    • Busbar trunking rated current: 100 to 1000A
    • Tap-off units rated current: 16 to 400A
    • Number of active conductors: 4+PE
    • Rated insulating voltage: 690V
    • Protection index: IP55
    • Length of busbar trunking sections: 3m and 5m
    • Surface treatment: white RAL 9001
    • Regulations: compliant with IEC 61439-1 & 6


    Benefits

    • Modular and upgradeable system
    • Quick and easy assembly
    • Flexible: possibility to install a new plug-in unit right where it is needed and without power interruption
    • Safety
      • A fool-proofed system avoids a unit being installed or removed under load
      • Live parts are totally inaccessible
    • Tap-off units fully compatible with Canalis KT
    • Light and easy to handle
    • Excellent contacts: a life time guarantee
    • Comprehensive range of light, strong and stylish plug-in units
    • Halogen free: no emission of any fumes or toxic gases in the event of fire
    • High protection index IP 55 for all types of buildings
    • Dismantled, re-used and entirely recyclable

    Applications

    • Industrial buildings: industrial sites, local small contractors, logistic centres
    • Commercial/Tertiary buildings: shopping malls, hyper/supermarkets, hotels, elderly people's homes, technical schools, sports rooms
    • Critical buildings: data centres, hospitals
    • Marine: cruise liners