Protek Circuit Breaker 40A
The Protek Circuit Breaker 40A is used to control and protect the electrical panel. It also controls and protects the other devices from overflowing of electrical power. Circuit breakers are used to maintain and ensure safety and quality of the energy provided.
Why do I need a Protek Circuit Breaker 40A ?
A circuit breaker is an automatically operated electrical switch designed to protect an electrical circuit from damage. Especially damage caused by excess current from an overload or short circuit. Its basic function is to interrupt current flow after a fault is detected.
A bit about Protek
Protek Electronics Limited exists to provide cutting edge consumer and industrial switchgear to the wholesale markets in the UK, Europe and Asia.
Protek is headed up by Managing Director, Ron Thomas.
The company benefits from over 60 years of technical and electrical engineering excellence. Experience, that has culminated in award winning product design and original and functional thinking. Indeed, Protek holds the Intellectual Property Rights to some of the most technically advanced switchgear in the world – all designed at the company HQ in Cannock, Staffordshire.
Formed in 1994, Protek rapidly became firm favourites with specifies, contractors and wholesalers alike thanks to the flexible, modular approach offered by the products and the vast variety of bespoke solutions on offer. Originally available on next day delivery but due to the success of the Protek product range we can no longer guarantee next day delivery and will quote 2/3 working days. However we will try to reduce this time scale whenever possible.
Today, Protek has grown to become the country’s leading independent switchgear manufacturer and attracts new customers away from large brand names with quality of product, excellence in service and rapid dispatch.
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