What is a cast resin busbar trunking system?

RESINBAR’s range of power distribution busbar has been developed to meet the growing demands of the critical power industry. Each system employs innovative designs which improve performance and reduce costs. We have invested in the best available technologies to ensure our finished product is of the highest quality.

Our highly skilled engineering teams and applications engineers can tailor a solution to meet even the most demanding requirements. RESINBAR employs more than 50 years of leading-edge experience incorporating all the quality, reliability and innovation for which our group is renowned. All RESINBAR product is manufactured within the UK to the latest British Standards (BS EN 61439-6).

RESINBAR is an arrangement of Copper (CXC) or Aluminium (CXA) busbars which are fully encapsulated within an specialist IP68 rated composite epoxy resin.
The RESINBAR formulated epoxy resin system provides both mechanical strength and electrical insulation to the busbars and additionally provides for enhanced environmental, fire and chemical resistance making the system suitable for use outside, in arduous environments and as part of a life safety system.

RESINBAR employs the very latest patented technologies in vacuum composite mixing to ensure a highly uniform and homogenous mix which is flame retardant and self extinguishing and offers high levels of resitance to fire, water, humidity and chemicals.

What are the benefits over cable installations?

Traditional power cabling methods require long lengths of cabling to be installed in pre-fitted cable trays, then stripped and glanded to terminate. RESINBAR cast resin busbar trunking systems have significant advantages over cable such as improved electrical performance, smaller form factor, modular installation and flexibility / transformability of the overall system. Cast resin busbar trunking is also an environmentally friendly option as during installation there is no waste or scrap (as there always is with cable).

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