Marine bus bar plays a powerful role in ship power distribution. Find out why copper busbar is preferred over aluminum in marine applications and the role bus bar plays in switchboards and other machines and equipment on-board.
The unique advantages bus bar systems vs block-and-cable power distribution offers designers, integrators and end-users. Convenience and cost-savings are only the beginning of bus bar benefits!
Find out more about the common types, attributes and applications used in a variety of different industries.
Recent innovations in value-add bus bar services, as well as supplemental alloy combinations over purity has produced a noticeable shift with demand moving back toward aluminum bus bar. Below, our bus bar manufacturers explain common misconceptions and differences in aluminum bus bar vs copper.
Bus bar material comparison chart for both copper and aluminum. Compare various bus bar properties between copper and aluminum.
Selection of bus bar systems in the power transmission industry weigh heavily on factors, such as flexibility, reliability, installation cost and future expansion.
We’ve highlighted the top 5 most important considerations to take into account before entering into the busbar design phase.
Power distribution and control systems are at the core of marine vessels, yet they are often the least appreciated – until power failure occurs.
In a lot of B2B companies, switching tiered suppliers can not only be a huge hassle, but also very cost-prohibitive.