SES provides a complete range of busbar trunking utilised within building and industrial applications to deliver power to electrical load. SES is proud to be the exclusive Australian representative for the Powerbar patented range.
Powerbar products are built with patented processes that make it the most reliable form of busbar trunking on the market. The Powerbar range offers power distribution solutions from 160A up to 6600A with Ingress Protection options available up to IP68. The Powerbar range includes High Powerbar (HPB), Medium Powerbar (MPB), Cast Resin Powerbar (CRPB) and Intelligent Medium Powerbar (iMPB). The Powerbar range is fully ASTA certified and manufactured in accordance with IEC, UL and ADDC regulations.
High Powerbar – HPB
High Powerbar is 1000V totally encased, non-ventilated and low impedance sandwich construction. It can be supplied with either epoxy resin coated copper or aluminium conductors. HPB offers a choice of Ingress Protection from IP55 to IP67 and is available from 800A up to 6600A.
Medium Powerbar – MPB
MPB is a non-ventilated, air insulated construction, available from 160A up to 800A and engineered with IP54 as standard. It is supplied with either epoxy resin coated copper or aluminium conductors. The extruded aluminium housing delivers a durable yet lightweight product. Additionally, the housing can be used as an integral earth to enhance the safety of the installation.
Intelligent Medium Powerbar – iMPB
iMPB is constructed from high density 99.99% conductivity copper. The conductors are insulated with a custom thermoplastic material with outstanding heat transfer characteristics making it ideal for data centre applications. iMPB has been engineered with the safety of the installer and user in mind. The all-aluminium housing is a light and durable structure that also acts as a ground path.
Cast Resin Powerbar – CRPB
The conductor is fully enclosed in a fire retardant, self-extinguishing and homogenous polymer concrete. The cast resin housing is resistant to fire, water, mechanical loads, chemicals and extreme temperatures (-40°C to + 60°C).