Manufactur standard FTXL Power Distribution Box to Dominica Manufacturers
Exterior and dimensions
To create more value for customers is our business philosophy; customer growing is our working chase for Manufactur standard FTXL Power Distribution Box to Dominica Manufacturers, As we are moving forward, we keep an eye on our ever-expanding product range and make improvement to our services.
FTXL power distribution box is suitable for all types of wet and dust places and it is applicable to low-voltage distribution system of the textile, metallurgy, chemical industry, mining, machinery, with three-phase three-pole of rated current less than 630A, four-pole or five-pole, for power supply and lighting distribution with features of flexible, mobile, reliable, safe . The incoming line assemble QSA switch, partition door operated which could reduce the arc damage to the operator. Shunt switch can be flexibly configured and it is feasible to add control equipment, such as time relay, AC contactors, etc according to user requirements.
SOLAR Power and Thermal Hybrid as a self assembly concept to increase the efficiency of the photo voltaic (PV) panels by up to 30%, as well as pre heating cold water through a PVT thermal store tank, to reduce hot water heating costs.
Ideal for any business that requires electricity and hot water daily, like hotels, the food industry and laundries
I am a designed of solar thermal systems for the past 25 years, with 15 years working along side companies in China, but as yet not sold in China, only exported.
The testing of the 4 now complete PVT panels are to be tested by the DAVOS office of energy, Switzerland this winter to see how the design can also be reversed to melt the snow.
With our solar speedflex pre-insulated pipe already developed and in production with our Hangzhou partners, both in flexible stainless corrugated as well as Pex al Pex pipe for PVT and None pressure thermo siphon systems, we are now 90% towards our end of year goal of being ready for exporting early in 2015.
December 6, 2010