25 Years Factory KYN61-40.5 Metal Armored Removable Switchgear Export to Oman


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KYN61-40.5 is the 35KV class switchgear that is developed by bringing in the foreign technology. It is in line with GB3906, IEC-298, DL404 and other standards. It is applicable to the system of three-phase AC 50Hz, rated voltage 40.5KV for the use of power plant area, substation and large industrial mining enterprises to accept and distribute the electric power. It can control, protect and detect the line.

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A short video explaining what a Kilowatt rating of an electric shower means in terms of the flow of water from the showerhead. The second part highlights what you need to check before upgrading your electric shower to a higher kilowatt rated unit.

Instantaneous Electric showers are still one of the most popular types of shower sold in the UK today, which is why Triton manufactures an extensive range to suit all tastes and budgets.

If you haven’t already noticed, they come in a variety of different kilowatt ratings from 7.0kW up to as high as 10.5kW.

But what does this mean to you? Basically the higher the kW rating — the higher the flow of water from your showerhead.

For example — a 7.5kW shower giving a 40-degree Celsius shower in winter will deliver a flow rate of around 3 litres per minute. That’s around this much water.

By comparison, a 10.5 kW shower can give 50% more flow from the showerhead than a 7.5kW shower.
That’s around this much.

If you are thinking of upgrading your shower, you will need to check out a few things before you choose a higher kW rating.

You will need to check the water pressure and flow rate, the rating of the miniature circuit breaker or fuse in your consumer unit, and the size of electric cable running to your shower.


Well, a 7kW shower, for example, is likely to need 1 bar of water pressure delivering 8 litres of water per minute to the shower.

an MCB rated at 32A

and a cable size of 6mm2

On the other hand a 10.5kW shower will need 1.5 bar water pressure delivering 11 litres per minute to the shower

an MCB rated at 45A

and a cable size of 10mm2

Therefore you may need to upgrade your shower’s electrical system to support a higher kilowatt shower.

For more information on this, take a look at our videos detailing the plumbing and electrical requirements for installing an electric shower.

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110 and 220 is the two levels of voltage that flow through circuits in homes in the United States. The standard plug types that we all know and recognize from radios, lamps, computers, and small appliances in our homes are all 110 volts. If you were able to see the wiring in the wall, a 110 volt circuit has a black “hot” wire, a white “common” wire or “neutral”, and a ground wire. The ground wire can have a green covering, or be simple bare copper wire. The easy way to think of it is that the black wire delivers the voltage from the homes breaker box, and the white “neutral” wire returns it, completing the circuit. A 220 volt circuit can be made up of three or four different wires, depending on the use. For example, clothing dryers and ranges use a 4 wire 220 plug. The 4 wires consist of 2 “hot” wires, one that’s black and one that’s red, delivering 110 volts each, a white neutral wire, and a bare copper ground wire. The white neutral wire completes the circuit for any 120 volt needs of the appliance such as a light inside the dryer, or the control panels of a dryer or range.

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