Medium Voltage HV Fuses

Medium Voltage Fuses (SIBA-HHB-British-Std)

Product Details:
  • Voltage: 24 kV.

Medium Voltage British Standard Fuses For Oil Insulated Switch gears

Medium voltage fuse-links according to British Standard are back-up fuse-links for the protection of substations up to 24 kV.

The fuse-links of this section comply with the following national and international standards:

  • IEC 60282-1
  • BS 2692-1
  • ESI 12-8

Design and construction of these fuse-links follow the well-proven concept of all SIBA high voltage fuse-links. For pressure resistant encapsulation, high grade ceramic is used. Contact material consists of silver plated high conductivity copper. The pure silver melting elements have appropriate notches to ensure small time-current curve tolerances and low let-through currents. The arc quenching quartz sand is subject to particular survey criteria regarding its composition, grain size and humidity content.
Additional Information:
  • Item Code: SIBA-HHB-British-Std

High Voltage Fuses

Product Details:
  • Condition: New

We make SIBA High Voltage Fuses Technical & Application Info with the Supreme Fuses. These offered products are known for the unmatched protection they provide against over current, overload or short circuit. Provided to the clients at very competitive prices, these products are highly praised.


  • High-Voltage fuse-links of size: 55 x 520 mm

Medium Voltage Fuses

Product Details:
  • Standards: IEC 60282-1; NFC 64210

SIBA HHF Medium Voltage French Std. Fuses

For Air & Gas Insulated Switchgears Indoor Application

High-Voltage fuse-links of size 55 x 520 mm are suitable for the protection of power transformers used in energy distribution. Usually they are for indoor application, but outdoor use is possible. In case of a short circuit the fuse-link will interrupt fault currents between five times the fuse rated current and the rated breaking current.

Standards: IEC 60282-1; NFC 64210
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