What is a Surge Arrester?
A surge arrester is a device that is used to protect electrical equipment from overvoltage surges. Electrical surges and lightning strikes can damage electrical equipment, resulting in costly repairs or even system failure. The surge arrester protects electrical equipment by diverting the surge away from the system, reducing the risk of equipment failure.
1. Minimum Discharge Voltage: 17.7 kV
2. Nominal Discharge Current: 10 kA
3. Maximum Operating Voltage AC (RMS): 10 kV
4. Nominal Voltage AC (RMS): 12 kV
5. Maximum Surge Current (2mS): 250 A
6. Protection Level (1kA): 27.0 kV
- High Performance: Our surge arresters are designed to deliver high performance, even under extreme conditions. They are made from high-quality materials that are durable and can withstand harsh weather conditions.
- Cost-Effective: Investing in a surge arrester is a cost-effective way of protecting electrical systems from damage. By installing our surge arresters, merchants can reduce their equipment maintenance costs and prevent damage caused by electrical surges.
- Easy to Install: Our surge arresters are easy to install and do not require any special tools or equipment. Merchants can easily install them on their electrical systems without the need for external support.
- Long Lifespan: Our surge arresters are designed to last for a long time, ensuring that your electrical equipment is protected from damage for many years to come.
- Low Maintenance: Our surge arresters require minimal maintenance, reducing the overall cost of maintaining electrical systems.
- It has excellent nonlinear volt ampere characteristics.
- Fast action response and good protection performance
- Large flow capacity.
- Good pollution resistance.
- With KEMA, CEPRI, XIHARI and other test reports
How to install 12kv surge arrester?
- Switch off the power supply before installing the surge arrester.
- Connect the surge arrester to the equipment being protected using an appropriate cable.
- Make sure that the surge arrester is properly grounded to ensure effective protection.
- Turn on the power supply and monitor the performance of the electrical system.