13 Years Manufacturer MNS Low Voltage Withdrawable Switchgear for Bolivia Factories

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Our pursuit and company goal is to "Always satisfy our customer requirements". We continue to develop and design superior quality products for both our old and new customers and achieve a win-win prospect for our clients as well as us for 13 Years Manufacturer MNS Low Voltage Withdrawable Switchgear for Bolivia Factories, Welcome to visit us at any time for business relationship established.


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MNS low-voltage withdrawable switchgear is suitable in three-phase, four-wire and three-phase five-wire power system with three-phase AC 50 or 60 Hz, rated voltage 660V, rated current ≤ 4000A , for the use of electricity power acceptance and distribution. It is widely used in power plants, substations, factories, mines, high-rise buildings of the power distribution center PC and motor control center MCC.

This product complies with GB7251.1-91, ZBK36001-89, IEC439-1 (1992) standard and passed CCC certificate:

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