A Short History of Busbar Trunking Systems
The busbar trunking system was first introduced in America in the 1930s to
meet the needs of the high rise buildings and the changing production
technologies in factories. The system started to be used in Japan and Europe
in the 1950s. It was EAE Elektrik A.Ş. who started the production and use of
busbar trunking systems in Turkey in the 1970s.
EAE cable trays are being produced on automatic production lines through the "ROLL FORMING" method. Standard tray length is 3m.Length of E-Line UKS
series pre-galvanized cable trays can be up to 6 meters subject to the
quantity thanks to the "ROLL FORMING" method. This way, the number of
additional sets and bolts is reduced and the labor time spent for the
installation is shortened.Our Pre-galvanized and Hot-dip products are
manufactured by state-of-the-art full-automatic robotic systems.
Electrostatically painted products are also manufactured upon request. Due
to its modern technology and high production capacity, EAE can reply to
customer requests in the shortest time.
It provides flexible and modular solutions with illumination and socket
(Mains and UPS) circuits for small power distribution in offices and
E-Line TB and E-Line URC series Trolley Busbar are designed to energy the
moving machine. The current collector car, which provides energy transfer
from the trolley busbar, is mechanically connected to the moving systems and
moves along with the system to provide uninterrupted energy transfer.It
consists of insulated busbars and moving current collector car. Problems
encountered in energy distribution are eliminated with the use of hanging
and reeled cables in conventional systems.
Support systems may be produced with thicknesses from 2mm to 6mm with
Pregalvanized, Hot Dip Galvanized and Painted types as per the type of
coating. All brackets that require welding during production are
manufactured as hot dip galvanized. Also, it is possible to design support
systems and shaft supports specific to the requirements and to provide
solutions for the requirements of construction sites.