Vacuum Interrupters Introduces RVI-43A Replacement Vacuum Interrupter

Vacuum Interrupters, a leading manufacturer of replacement vacuum interrupters, pole assemblies, parts, and components for medium-voltage vacuum circuit breakers and contactors, introduces the RVI-43A replacement vacuum interrupter.

This direct fit-and-function replacement unit meets original equipment ratings and is intended for use in General Electric (GE) Power/Vac VB, VB1H, PVDB1, VVC, and PV-VL vacuum circuit breakers, including catalog numbers 0282A2751G047 and 0282A2751G062. The RVI-43A is built to provide excellent high-voltage insulation, high cumulative and breaking capacity, exclusive internal torsion control, and fine alumina ceramic for an excellent vacuum seal.

The replacement vacuum interrupter offers 3000 A RMS-rated current, 15 kV RMS maximum voltage, 95 kV peak impulse withstand, and 40 KA RMS-rated short-circuit breaking current.

No modification is required for proper installation and operation in the existing electrical equipment. Vacuum Interrupters can also provide assembly components and mounting hardware to aid in installation and shorten downtime.

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