2017 Super Lowest Price FTMS (SDK) Low Voltage Withdrawable Switchgear to Durban Factory


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FTMS (SDK) low-voltage withdrawable switchgear device is the latest patented technology products in our company, suitable for the power supply system with three-phase AC 50-60HZ, rated working voltage(0- 660V) for the use of power generating, transmitting, distributing, power conversing and power consumption equipment control.

This device complies with IEC439 and GB7251-97JB / T9661-99 professional standards and passed 3C certificate:

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To begin, remove any bolts, screws and any other hardware. Start with the lattice, then the posts and then the decking. Pry the components apart carefully so no damage is done to the frame. Check the joists and boards for any damage and repair them. Measure the posts and make sure they meet building codes. Install the posts with carriage bolts and nuts.

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