Switchboard is an important component which aids in supplying electricity to properties, be it for residential dwellings or commercial establishments. It is installed inside the home but on an external wall or sometimes in the garage. In a commercial organization, it is installed inside the office but in a separate place away from work area in a secure zone.
All the electrical appliances installed in your home or office receives power from the main switchboard. Whenever electrical current gets overloaded, the fuse attached to a particular circuit break out and instantly the electrical power supply is interrupted to all electrical appliances that are connected with that particular circuit.
Why switchboard fuse blows out?
Due to the usage of several electrical appliances at the same time, the system gets overloaded and the fuse is blown out. Usually, a fuse breaks out when it gets very hot and a strong current in the circuit causes a small piece of metal to melt inside the fuse. It’s always wise to invest in buying quality electrical parts so that it will keep you, your family and your employees safe in the long run. Switchboard repairs and regular maintenance are imperative in order to enhance its usage as well as it will save you money on your electricity bills.
Is your electrical system at your home or office giving you trouble with frequent power outages or blown out fuses? Then it’s probably time to think of upgrading your system. An upgraded and well maintained electrical system will shield your electrical appliances, give optimal performance and keeps your household and business place safe and secure.
Also, often very old properties contain outdated electrical cabling systems and switchboards that perform badly and they aren’t compliant with current standards and don’t even contain electrical safety switches. In order to avoid switchboard overloading and trip outs, it’s recommended to upgrade the older electrical systems.
Why to replace/ upgrade older switchboards?
• Older or outdated switchboards are very prone to short-circuit.
• Now-a-days people use more electrical appliances than earlier days, so older switchboards are not efficient enough to handle the power load.