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DSL Busbars for Industrial Overhead EOT Cranes
DSL Busbars are made up of highly electrically conductive metals and they distribute & carry power from a source to a destination or multiple destinations.They are used in EOT Cranes to supply power from the grid to the crane control panel. Full Form of DSL busbar is Down Shop Lead
A Busbar Assembly of 4 individual busbars
Overhead EOT Crane DSL Busbar Manufacturer in India
To Manufacture DSL Busbars for EOT cranes requires significant investment in equipment ,time and skilled technicians. With decades of experience and facilities spread across India, Anand Systems Engineering has become the top Eot Crane DSL busbar manufacturer with over 1000+ businesses using different profiles of DSL busbars manufactured by us.
Different Profiles of DSL Busbars For Electric Overhead Cranes
DSL Busbar profiles reduce the overall weight of the system as compared to flat busbars and provide the cost benefit to the user. Prefabricated Busbar Profiles are advantageous to flat busbars because profiles optimize the space of installation, help make the installation easy. Long installation busbars should be using profiles to reduce the skin effect. Depending upon the electrical frequency of the AC voltage, due to skin effect the AC current tends to flow near the surface of the conductor. Hence areas of the busbar with low current density can be removed, thereby saving weight and cost. The skin depth of copper busbar is 8.5mm at 60 hz frequency.
As the frequency of the AC voltage increases, the skin depth reduces. Using DSL busbar profiles helps reduce the effect of skin depth by optimizing the areas of higher and lower current density and achieving better performance even when utilizing less weight than flat busbars. Current density can be uniformly spread across the cross section of the profile.
Complete energy supply system in a galvanising plant. Withstands aggressive vapours.
The performance of a crane is directly dependent on its electrification system. With various power supply options available and a range of application requirements to take into consideration, making a choice of which type of system to implement can be difficult. It is crucial to consider the advantages and disadvantages of prospective energy supply systems, whether for example busbar systems or energy chains, before deciding on an alternative.
Busbar system for crane travel in indoor cranes
One power system that is frequently offered for overhead cranes is an open or insulated busbar. These horizontal metal conductors are found to be a standard in many industries. They can be used in indoor or outdoor cranes, as well as on tracks with more than one bridge operating on them.
Most busbars are comprised of seven main components. The system supplies power along the track or bridge of a crane through steel or copper conductor bars. A collector arm slides along the conductor bar, allowing current to pass from the electrified conductor bar to the moving collector and on to the moving hoist or other travelling element.
Busbar systems are limited in the complexity and type of energy they can supply. On a busbar system, each conductor or pole requires its own conductor bar and collector.
Energy chain as “long travel” in a waste incineration plant
An electrification system that can solve the problems caused by busbars while providing superior performance for most applications, is an energy chain system. Often referred to as the lifeline of modern machinery, energy chains are high-strength plastic cable carriers that reliably protect cables during constant movement.
While busbars are comprised of many different components, energy chains are simply made up of parallel side links that are connected with crossbars along the top and bottom of the carrier. The design is modular and can be adapted to a wide range of applications. Specialised designs and materials are available for various types of motion and environmental factors.