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Gas-insulated switchgear for applications up to 38 kV

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Schneider Electric

Schneider Electric

The CBGS-0 is a gas-insulated switchgear with a solid dielectric busbar for applications up to 38 kV, 2,000 A and 31.5 kA. The CBGS-0 has been designed to meet the needs of indoor substations in many industrial sectors, including water and wastewater, mining, chemicals, petrochemicals, utilities, wind farms, data centers and more. The CBGS-0 is designed for improved operator safety, and includes a grounded and shielded solid-insulated bus system installed in the top rear part of the switchgear. This means that no gas handling is required during installation, expansions or section replacement. A shielded solid insulation and sealed-for-life gas tank protect the medium-voltage components from dirt, dust and more. CBGS-0 switchgears are also designed to reduce maintenance and downtime and reduce floor-space requirements by up to 60%. — Schneider Electric, Andover, Mass.

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