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Canalis KBB

Busbar trunking for lighting distribution (1 or 2 circuits)

Prefabricated busbar trunking for lighting systems up to 40A, with 1 or 2 circuits

Canalis KBB
  • Features

    Canalis KBB  is a full and compatible range for lighting systems in all types of buildings (garages, workshops, supermarkets). It can support a large number of heavy light fittings, and it is compatible with Canalis KBL lights.

    Technical characteristics:

    • Busbar trunking rated current: 25 and 40A
    • Tap-off units rated current: 10 and 16A
    • Number of circuits: 1 or 2 circuits (2 or 4 conductors)
    • Rated insulating voltage: 690V
    • Protection index: IP55
    • Length of busbar trunking sections: 2m and 3m
    • Surface treatment: white RAL 9001
    • Regulations: compliant with IEC 61439-1 & 6

    Technical characteristics of Canalis KBL:

    • Power: from 2x35W to 2x80W with ferro-magnetic or electronic ballast
    • Compatible with T5 and T8 tubes
    • Protection index: IP20 or IP55



    Benefits

    • Modular and upgradeable system
    • Quick and easy assembly
    • Flexible: possibility to install a light right where it is needed
    • Light and easy to handle
    • Excellent contacts: a life time guarantee
    • Halogen free: no emission of any fumes or toxic gases in the event of fire
    • High protection index IP 55 for all types of buildings
    • Dismantled, re-used and entirely recyclable

    Canalis KBB is designed with 1 or 2 circuits allowing for example:

    • Twice the number of lighting circuits
    • Creation of a circuit for power sockets
    • Combination of lighting and emergency lighting

    Applications

    • Industrial buildings: garages, workshops, farm buildings, logistic centers, greenhouses, etc.
    • Commercial centres: hyper/supermarkets, department stores
    • Tertiary buildings: exhibition halls, conference centres