20 Years manufacturer FTK1 (1A) (GCK1) Low Voltage Withdrawable Distribution Cabinet Supply to Cape Town

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With a sound business credit, excellent after-sales service and modern manufacturing facilities, we have earned an excellent reputation among our customers across the world for 20 Years manufacturer FTK1 (1A) (GCK1) Low Voltage Withdrawable Distribution Cabinet Supply to Cape Town, We welcome customers, business associations and friends from all parts of the world to contact us and seek cooperation for mutual benefits.


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The FTK1 (GCK1) series is suitable in low voltage distribution systems with AC 50Hz,rated voltages 380 to 660v, for the use of powering, feeding, bus couplering, lighting, motor control and power compensating.

It includes power center (PC) and the motor control center (MCC) function, to meet the use of industrial and mining enterprises, high-level hotels, airports, hospitals power supply, distribution and power control.

 

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