SHD Vertical-Break Disconnector

SHD Vertical-Break Disconnector
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Our vertical-break disconnector range is designed to ensure the best performances and reliability, which are the result of our 60-year old experience.

Over 100,000 disconnectors installed in more than 100 countries worldwide are the guarantee of best-buys.

SHD Vertical-Break Disconnector

The SHD vertical-break disconnector is composed of three poles operated simultaneously either manually or electrically, by a single operating mechanism and mechanical linkages between the poles.

Its versatility and weather ability are considered as a reference: the SHD has been installed in virtually any possible layout throughout the world and under the harshest environmental conditions: from -50°C to +50°C, in icy or desert countries and even in the most seismic regions of the planet.

To adapt to various layouts, the poles can be erected traditionally (horizontal) or, wall-mounted and even upside down.

Due to the vertical motion of its main blade, the SHD disconnector features very short clearance between phases, allowing space saving in bay design.

The insulators, directly bolted to the base frame, ensure
a good withstand to terminal loads and can comply with either IEC or ANSI standards. Special heights and creepage distances are also available on request.

Like all our models, the SHD complies with the latest international standards (IEC, ANSI), but can also be customised according to customers’ particular specifications.

Earthing Switch

Integrated earthing switches are available for mounting on each pole, with the same short-time current withstand capability.

The earthing switch is actuated by the same types of operating mechanisms as the disconnector, either manually or electrically, and can be electrically and/or mechanically interlocked with the main switch.

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