Save On Electrical MCBs With Direct Trade SuppliesProtect your power supply from short circuiting with easy to handle electrical MCBs from a trusted UK electric retailer, Direct Trade Supplies.
Our electrical MCBs, or miniature circuit breakers, are suitable for use with low-voltage systems as opposed to a fuse. They are sensitive to over-currents and provide prompt action in the event of a short circuit, and the manual override functions allow you to restore power without having to replace a fuse to save you both time and money. We carry a number of electrical MCBs from top manufacturers, and all at low prices at Direct Trade Supplies.
Find Electrical MCBs For Domestic, Industrial And Commercial ApplicationsFind electrical MCBs that are suitable for a number of applications. Whether it's for a system in your home or place of business, you'll find powerful small circuit breaker that can protect your power supply for less.
Electrical miniature circuit breakers are rated using Kiloamps (KA), and we carry a number of products with a range of KA ratings to help you find something with a suitable fault level for your system. Large industrial electrical systems, for example, may require as much as 10KA, while others will need only half of that. Whatever your system calls for, find it for less in our selection:
- Find miniature circuit breakers from brands like Genie, Hager and more
- Mini-circuit breakers are in accordance with BS 7671 outlines
- Type B, Type C and Type D products available
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Consult the 17th Edition Wiring Regulations to determine which electrical MCBs are needed for your set up, and then shop online at Direct Trade Supplies to find them for less. Not only do we offer products at low wholesale prices, but we also provide other shopping benefits designed to help you save.
If you are purchasing a large bulk order, you may be eligible for even further discounts. Contact our sales team directly on 01752 261211, and see how affordable it can be to integrate electrical safety components into your building today.