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Liquid Fuse Links

Replacement liquid fuse links sizes 1, 2and 3.Wide range of voltages 6.6kV up to75kV.Current ratings from 2 up to 75 amps(including E rated option).Standard and slow blow elementsavailable.Rewiring kits available for sizes 2 and 3.
Size 1 full range cartridge fuse availabletype FDSH48.

Bussmann Liquid Fuse Links

The fuse body is of clear toughened glass to allow visual identification of a blown fuse element. Plated contactferrules are hermetically sealed onto each end of the tube. The replacement fuse element assembly is held under
tension within the tube, which is filled with fuse arc quenching liquid. (A data sheet on this product is available,
please contact Bussmann for details.) The upper end of the fuse link is sealed by a tin diaphragm. This is designed
to rupture during operation, permitting venting of arc products.The fuse link is sealed against the weather and has an indefinite service life, under normal conditions. The elementassembly is enclosed by a fibre sleeve. This assists in the process of arc extinguishing during operation. Element replacement kits, complete with instructions, are available from Bussmann. We also advise that a minimumof one replacement kit be purchased with each order. When a fuse link operates under fault conditions, the element and connecting strain wire melt, the tension springthen pulls the lower contact and element assembly through the arc quenching liquid to the bottom of the fuse link
assembly. A specially shaped liquid director cone, fitted on the assembly, creates a turbulence in the liquid to
ensure rapid dispersal of arc products. General Description Replacement of the Fuse Element Bussmann manufacture a range of liquid filled fuse links for use outdoors, on pole mounted equipment. They
provide a simple yet effective means of protection in distribution applications. However, it should be noted that
liquid filled fuse links were first put into service before HV fuse standards were introduced and are therefore not
covered by any present standard. They are principally for replacement purposes on existing systems. Operation Note that Size 1 fuse links do not have replaceable elements. >
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    Current Limiting Fuse Links for use in Air Time current characteristics for 12kV Air Fuse Links, fuse type FFGN PRE - ARCING TIME IN SECONDS CURVES...
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    Current Limiting Fuse Links for use in Air Time current characteristics for 24kV Air Fuse Links, fuse types ADI and AFI PRE - ARCING TIME IN SECONDS...
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    Current Limiting Fuse Links for use in Air Time current characteristics for 24kV Air Fuse Links, fuse type FDI PRE - ARCING TIME IN SECONDS CURVES...
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    Current Limiting Fuse Links for use in Air Time current characteristics for 36kV Air Fuse Links, fuse types ADI, AFI and AFK PRE - ARCING TIME IN SECONDS...
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    Current Limiting Fuse links for use in Air I Bussmann C & D Tags
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    Liquid Fuse Links Selection Tables Ordering codes Symbol Meaning Rating Voltage Liquid Fuse Characteristic...
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    Fuse Clips FCrf254  VT Fuse Clips for 25.4mm diameter. V_j Bussmann Fuse Clips To complement the range of tag fixings offered...
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    Fuse Clips I Bussmann Clips lor 25.4mm VT fuse links Material: Nickel silver alloy Order as part number: A3354705 Dimensions (mm)...
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    How to Order - Parts Referencing System Introduction Bussmann employ a common referencing system for all their current limitingHV powder fuses. Liquid...
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    How to Order - Parts Referencing System Ordering Key Ordering code informationType designation Rated voltage of the fuse link12׷׷׷Type...
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