Within the world of electrical power distribution, Busbars are commonplace. But what is a Busbar and what does it do?

The main purpose of a Busbar is to conduct a substantial current of electricity. Typically, they are contained inside switchgear, panel boards or busway.

Rather than branching the main supply at one location, a Busbar allows new circuits to branch off anywhere along the route of the busway.

Here at PRV Engineering we not only take great pride in the quality of our Busbars, but we understand your requirements. PRV Engineering delivers when other companies can’t.

Simon Jones, managing director of PRV Engineering said; “Whether you’re an international manufacturer or an independent engineering contractor, we understand your needs.”

”With everyone in the business looking for volume work, nobody wants to look at the multi-disciplined parts. These are invariably produced as a one off. Here at PRV Engineering, we certainly do.”

So why should purchase your Busbars at PRV?

PRV offers quality for money. As a company, we have been a consistently stable and profitable Busbar supplier. We work in partnership with our customers to deliver a first class service. PRV has the skills, knowledge and experience to manufacture replacement Busbars to order, at a cost the original manufacturers cannot match.

What does PRV deliver?

PRV delivers quality management systems in accordance with our ISO 9001 – 2008 Certification. We also deliver flat or bridged busbars, high precision busbars, conductors, copper contacts, connections, consolidated laminated busbars, forged and manipulated Busbars.

Simon added; “PRV Engineering’s ‘One Stop Shop’ approach, enables us to provide a complex and diverse range of products and services to our customers. In turn, they can satisfy their requirements from a single source.

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