Busbar Power Distribution Systems
A Short History of Busbar Trunking Systems
The busbar trunking system was first introduced in America in the 1930s to meet the needs of the high rise buildings and the changing production technologies in factories.
The system started to be used in Japan and Europe in the 1950s. It was EAE Elektrik A.Ş. who started the production and use of busbar trunking systems in Turkey in the 1970s.
EAE E-Line Busbar
With their modular configuration, EAE E-Line Busbar energy distribution systems meet all power requirements in modern enterprises and buildings. Alterations in layouts, addition of machinery, and provision of power at various points can be achieved without disrupting the operational parts of the facility.
Power is distributed via isolated bars within a sheet metal or aluminum enclosure and is safely distributed using tap-off boxes which can be plugged in and out safely from tap-off outlets along the length of the busbar without interrupting the power supply to other equipment supplied by the same busbar.
E-Line Busbars, which have international test certificates, can be expanded, replaced, moved or reused whenever necessary. It is very easy, economical and safe to take power using tap off boxes placed anywhere along the busbar route.
EAE E-Line Busbar systems have structural features that do not require special maintenance. Each component of the system is modular and can be installed and uninstalled easily. The entire system may be moved to another location if necessary.
Flexibility and Economy
Through their modular structure and superior features, E-Line Busbar systems provide easy, economical, fast and modern solutions for the relocation of machinery and similar equipment in business enterprises. All modifications and additions can be performed easily without interrupting the operation of the facility.