arcSAFE – An Innovation in Switchboard Design

arcSAFE Switchboard

arcSAFE | An innovation in Switchboard Design

As an innovative electrical contractor, CE Group are committed to continual improvement in their

service offerings. This is clear in the establishment of CE Switchboards and the vertical integration this now forms with their existing electrical installation services.

This holistic service offering is supported by an internal design and engineering team, allowing meticulous care and detail to be undertaken by the specialist team from ideation through to installation.

 Complimented by the inhouse capability to manufacture purpose-built Switchboards and Switchrooms CE Group are able to provide a turnkey solution, while ensuring compliance with Australian Standards. This central collaboration within CE Group enables a proactive and risk adverse measure when selecting an electrical contractor.

Committed in their drive to remain at the forefront of the industry, identify market gaps and provide convenience for their clients, CE Group is proud to announce the latest milestone in switchboard safety design, arcSAFE.

 arcSAFE has been driven by industry demand, and is designed, manufactured and tested to adhere to Australian Standards. The first of its kind in Australia, and the only one in the market this IP56 outdoor weatherproof, modular switchboard is rated to 1600 Amps, 36kA for arc fault containment and 36kA short circuit withstand strength for 1 sec in accordance with Australian Standards, AS/NZS 61439:2016 and AS/NZS 3000:2017.

 To learn more about our arcSAFE capability, CE Switchboards.

arcSAFE Switchboard
arcSAFE Switchboard

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