Residual Current Circuit Breaker Manufacturer
GEYA is a leading manufacturer of residual current circuit breakers (RCCBs). We have been supplying customers from all over the world for more than 20 years. Our products are widely used in home appliances, motor control centers, and other industrial automation applications. Our RCCBs are UL approved and CE marked, with IEC/EN 60950-1, IEC 61730-2-2, and UL489 approvals.
GEYA Made Residual Current Circuit Breaker
GEYA has many years of experience in manufacturing RCCBs, HV switchgear, low-voltage switchgear, and other power equipment. The products are widely used in railway, port, airport, chemical industry, electric power stations, and other fields.
Leading RCCB Manufacturer in the Electric Equipment Market
We are a professional manufacturer of residual current circuit breakers (RCCB), also known as ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCI). We can provide you with 100% tested products, competitive prices and short lead times.
Latest Manufacturing Equipment
We have advanced manufacturing equipment and professional technicians to ensure the quality of our products. Our factory has passed the ISO9001:2008 international quality management system certification, CE certification and UL certification.
100% Tested Residual Current Circuit Breakers
Our company offers 100% tested RCCBs at competitive prices, which are highly recognized by customers all over the world due to their excellent performance and stable quality.
Energize Society With Premium Quality Residual Current Circuit Breakers & Other Electric Products
GEYA’s products are manufactured with the highest quality standards and strictest production processes. All products are inspected by our experienced staff before shipment to ensure that they meet all of our high-quality standards.
Why GEYA is Your
Best RCCBs Supplier Choice
In recent years, GEYA has been actively engaged in the national key projects, including the construction of substations and distribution stations
GEYA has more than 30 patents for products and technologies such as busbar, overvoltage arresters, and so on.
Frequently Aksed Questions
Residual current circuit breakers (RCCBs) are devices that protect against electrical shocks and burns from faulty wiring. They can also prevent fires caused by overheating appliances or defective wiring. RCCBs are designed to detect any imbalance in the current flow and cut off the power before a dangerous imbalance occurs.
RCCBs can offer several benefits, including:
Protection against electric shock or death – RCCBs can protect against electric shocks by breaking the circuit if they detect dangerous levels of current, such as those created by faulty appliances or damaged wiring. This means that they can save lives by preventing accidents caused by faulty appliances or accidental contact with live wires.
Improved safety – As well as offering protection against electric shock, RCCBs can also help to improve workplace safety by protecting staff from electrocution hazards. This is especially important for industries where workers come into close contact with electricity, such as construction sites and factories where there may be high voltage cables present.
Reduced fire risk – RCCBs can also help to reduce the risk of fires by breaking the circuit if they detect an overload of current. This is particularly important in premises where there are flammable materials present, such as warehouses and factories.
Residual current circuit breakers (RCCBs) are used to protect people from the effects of electric shock. Electric shocks are caused by the flow of electricity through the body, which can be fatal or cause serious injury including paralysis, internal organ damage and burns. Electric shocks occur most often when faulty or damaged electrical equipment is used.
– A Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB) is a device used to protect people from the risk of electric shock. It is installed inside the fuse box and monitors the total current in each circuit. If it detects an imbalance, it trips and switches off the power supply to isolate the fault in just milliseconds. The most common use for residual current circuit breakers is for protecting children from electric shock when using electrical outlets.
– A breaker is also a device that protects people from the risk of electric shock, but it does so by opening an electrical circuit in the event of an overload or short-circuit. Breakers are most commonly used to protect equipment from damage by automatically switching off power when something goes wrong with a wire or circuit.
Yes! Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB) is one of our main products. In fact, we have been a leading Residual Current Circuit Breaker supplier for more than 20 years. All our Residual Current Circuit Breaker products comply with IEC/EN standards and other global safety regulations. GEYA can custom Residual Current Circuit Breaker to meet your requirements, so whether you are looking for a specific model or size, contact us today to speak directly with one of our experienced sales professionals and they will be happy to assist you.
Our Residual Current Circuit Breaker is warranted for 18 months from the date of purchase against defects in material and workmanship under normal use and operation.
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