Lightweight recloser

The Elastimold Recloser from Thomas & Betts is available in one- or three-phase configurations and includes an integrated pole-mounting bracket and a 360-deg open/closed position indicator.

04/08/2013


Elastimold Recloser from Thomas & Betts The Elastimold Recloser from Thomas & Betts is available in one- or three-phase configurations and includes an integrated pole-mounting bracket and a 360-deg open/closed position indicator. Its magnetic actuator design provides long and maintenance-free service life. The Elastimold Recloser has a standard 150 kV BIL rating and is available in 15, 27, and 38 kV configurations. The Elastimold Recloser is also lightweight and insulated with a silicon polymer. The single-phase recloser offers a rotating mounting bracket for fast and easy repositioning. It also comes with current transformer and load-side voltage sensors and is compatible with SEL controls.

Thomas & Betts

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