“A Quick Way to Perform Your Short Circuit Calculations”
(Now you can Easily Complete a Short Circuit analysis of your Installation in just 1 minute…Incredible!)
Thousands now perform the Short Circuit calculations who never thought they could!
One of the most important tests we have to do is now performed easily in just 1 minute…Guaranteed!
Don’t wait another minute!
By not performing this essential test you run the risk of paying more than you have to for your Fuse/Circuit Breakers, Switches etc, because they are all priced on their Short circuit rating. The bigger the rating the more expensive they are, conversely if the fault level of your protection device is under sized you risk serious injury and a risk of fire.
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Discover exactly how to perform the Short Circuit calculations in 1 minute starting from scratch. You will feel good by quickly achieving all your results using this Powerful program, Days or even weeks of calculations are now performed in just 1 minute…Simply Brilliant!
You simply input:-
– Transformer size (KVA)
– Transformer reactance %
– Transformer Secondary voltage
– Length of cable run
– Cable sizes & No. of cores per phase
Press the Calculate button and all your results are instantly displayed at each of Your boards, showing:-
– Fault levels in MVA
– Power factor
– X/R ratio
Feel on top of the world and gain freedom from worry!
Save money by knowing exactly what sizes of Fuses, Circuit breakers etc You need and remove all the guesswork
“Now when you need to purchase your protection devices, you can be sure the job is done right. Know Just how much of the Fault current is Mechanical and Thermal stresses by simple observation of the Power Factor…Amazing!
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You will save Time and Money as a direct Result of using this Exciting New program.
“It can pay for itself 1,000’s of times your investment”.
Leave nothing to guess work, quickly change your life and create wealth for yourself!.
What happens during a short circuit!
(During a fault condition an arc will be drawn across the contacts of your protection device as it tries to clear the fault and interrupt the current flow. If the fault level of the protection device is undersized the arc can be maintained this would result in an overheating of the cables, the insulation around the cables will soften or even melt the conductors then become exposed and a danger to people causing electric shock or burns. The metal contact inside your protection device may become so hot that they begin to melt, a serious fire danger may then exist)