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    Insulating Busbar Cover Single Phase line connection

    I assume most of the guys here use busbars to connect parallels circuit breaker to line side of the breaker instead of using wire. So my question is what are the best way to connect this busbar to the earth leakage load (or mains load side) of the feeder circuit? I use piece of panelflex that I insert at the back of the of one circuit breaker and the busbar in front before I fastened the breaker.


    sample of insulating busbar
    https://online-electrical.co.za/coll...sulated-busbar

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    Can someone please explain to me how this busbar can be advertised as 100A when the connecting sections are only 4mm square ?

    Peace out .. Derek

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