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Busways provide savings and safety

Hospitals, mines, power stations, high-rise buildings and other heavy current installations are among the large facilities that can gain cost savings and increase safety with the use of Australian-designed and built busway systems.

Vass Electrical Industries' H-Series busway system offers significant advantages over conventional cable wiring.

As a proud Vass distributor, Royce Cross Group can provide advice and guidance on using the busway systems on your next project.

The H-Series' design makes it quick and easy to install, providing labour cost savings and minimising disruption to business. Busways also have the advantage over cabling as they can be installed progressively as the building contractor completes various areas.

Another benefit is its minimal footprint, with the H-Series busways supplying heavy currents via a very small space. Short power changeover time means disruption to other loads or staff productivity is avoided. Power and energy meters keep track of electricity use and gauge future power needs.

Vass' H-Series busways also boast flexibility, being able to bend and turn at right angles to fit building designs. It also is available in polyester powder-coated steel, aluminium or 316 stainless steel enclosures as well as IP5X and IP66 versions.

Its reliable, powerful electrical distribution characteristics include offering current ratings from 800 amp to 7000 amp AC or 12,100 amp DC. 

Significantly, the highly robust materials make Vass's busways less susceptible to mechanical damage than cable systems. Less cabling and more earth leakage protection means installing Vass busways systems improve your workplace safety.

Vass H busway systems are used in such industries as commercial, data centres, mission critical facilities, hospitals, power generation and mining.

Call the electrical and mechanical engineering specialists at Royce Cross Group to find out more about the Vass busway systems.