Mobilis MOVIT

Mobilis Movit conductor rails are designed to meet the requirements of the most demanding high power consumption applications. Popular installations include large or multiple overhead cranes and people moving machines. The main advantages of Mobilis Movit include high level of safety, fast, easy installation and proven operational reliability in arduous applications.

Mobilis MOVIT

High speed: up to 600m/min
High currents: up to 630A
High mechanical resistance: Rigid H profile and sturdy accessories, ideal for applications where reliability, safety, and high performance are required
Optimized contact: Angle offset is provided to control collector contact

MOVITDetails of profile

Number of poles: 1 to infinity
Intensities: 315A, 450A, 630A
Maximum operating voltage: 750 V


Outstanding advantages

  • Flexible number of conductors
  • Concave contact area for optimised contact
  • Reliable self-aligning connection with low voltage drop
  • Fast, easy, clip type connection to mounting brackets
  • Protection Level IP23
  • Modular & interchangeable

Standards

  • Protection level IP23 according to EN60529
  • Meets the requirements of Standards EN60439-2, CEI61439-6 and EN60204-32

Special elements available

  • Circuit interruption elements
  • Compact expansion joints
  • Curves
  • Cleaning devices
  • Heating cable


Guarantee

Our equipment is guaranteed one year against any material or manufacturing defect recognized by ourselves. As we are not responsible for its installation and operation, our guarantee covers only replacement or repair (at our own choosing) of the part recognized to be defective.

We do not accept responsibility for any defects arising from faulty supervision or maintenance. We also disclaim liability for any production stoppages that may result.

General Technical Data

Mobilis MOVIT

1. Applications

High capacity single conductor electrical supply rails are commonly used for supplying power to large overhead travelling cranes and equipment and are suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications.

2. General Technical Data

Rated intensity:
The Mobilis MOVIT lines are available in several intensities 315A, 450A, and 630A

Number of poles :
Modular from 1 pole, the protection conductor (PE) is marked with a green-yellow stripe

Rated voltage:
750VAC at 50Hz or 60Hz

Temperature of use:
-30°C to +55°C

Protection against short-circuits:
Please inquire for intensities above Icw 8.5 kA 0.2s and Ipk 17kA

Protection against fire:
All plastic accessories used with the Mobilis Movit lines are self-extinguishing

Weight :
0,81kg/m for 315A ; 1,03kg/m for 450A ; 1,26kg/m for 630A

3. Environment:

Inside | Outside | Dust(1) | With snow
Low Temperatures(1) | Rain

Environment

Validate suitability of the product to run in unfavorable environmental conditions (e.g. humid air flow, steam, frost…). A version with 600h resistance under saline mist is available. Please enquire.

 

An unfavorable environment brings the following risks:

Key

  • +++ High risks
  • ++  Moderate risks
  • +   Low risks

Environment and Mobilis Movit

4. Applicable standards:

The Mobilis Movit range has been designed to meet Standards EN60439-2 and EN60204-32. It bears the CE marking.

5. Protection index:

A mounted line with the full set of accessories has a protection level of IP23 according to EN60529, with no lips and with dust protection lips.

Caution: If one accessory is removed, the level of protection is eliminated.

IP2X means that the equipment is protected so that people cannot access the dangerous sections, i.e. it is impossible to introduce a standard test finger of Ø12 mm with an effort of 10 N. The equipment is also protected against solid foreign bodies, i.e. it is not possible to introduce a metal sphere of Ø12.5 mm with an effort of 30 N.

IPX3 means that the equipment is protected against rainwater falling at a maximum angle of 60° in relation to the vertical plane.

The Mobilis Movit range is designed for both inside and external use.

If a Mobilis Movit line is used in an area open to the public, additional safety measures should be installed (protection level IP4X required according to EN60204-32).

6. Insulation distances:

The insulation distance between conductors or between conductors and accessible parts:

– Distance in the air: 10 mm min.
– Creepage distance: 30 mm min. (according to Standard EN60204-32).

7. Flame resistance:

All materials used to build Mobilis Movit lines are self-extinguishing; they pass successfully glowing/hot line tests under 960°C for elements in contact with live parts and V-0 according to UL-94.

8. Safety pins

Rail: The ground rail is marked on the line with a green-yellow band. The ground conductor should be installed on the outer side.

Collector: with the safety pin system, it is not possible to insert a ground collector trolley incorrectly (on phase), leading to a phase-earth connection.

9. Space requirements:

Mobilis Movit space requirement

10. Lifetime – Endurance:

The lines and accessories are built to withstand several years of use in a normal industrial environment. The current collectors are designed to run for several thousand kilometers. See the Maintenance section to know the maintenance visit frequency.

11. Calculation data:

Impulse running:

For determining the intensity, please refer to the data below and to the section Line calculation

Correction factor f:

When the ambient temperature is different from 35°C, it is necessary to correct the value of the maximum permissible intensity given by the chart.

Temperature Mobilis Movit

Impedance on line:

Impedances Mobilis Movit

Under Fault condition:
Icw 8,5kA/0,2s
Ipk 17kA

Permissible Current according to Duty Cycle:

Maximal Current according to temperature and Duty cycle

Permissible Duty Cycle Factor according to the maximum operating temperature

Mobilis Movit

12. Components

See section components
(Straight elements, trolleys, feeding boxes…)
Horizontal curves: Curvature radius<15m, please enquire

13. Assembly instrucitons

See related section Installation Manuals

14. General maintenance

Any intervention must be carried out with the line switched off at the mains.
Maintenance primarily concerns the brushes of the collectors and the conductive tracks of the rails.

CHECKING THE BRUSHES

The average service life of the brushes is 2,000 km.
With the line switched off, take the collector casing out of the rail.

200A Collector:
Brush replacement: the wear limit is the base of the chamfer.

200A

Pull up the brush to take it out of the pantograph casing, and unfasten the bolted link with the cable. Make sure the cable lug is placed correctly upon re-assembling!

60A Collector:
Brush replacement: the wear limit is the base of the chamfer.

60A

Unfasten and take out the brush fastening screw. Remove the brush and replace. Re-assemble in the reverse order.
After the brushes are fitted, make sure that the head of the collector rests smoothly in a neutral position (horizontally and in the axis).

MONITORING AND RENOVATION OF TRACKS

Track surface quality can deteriorate in different ways: under the action of dust, or with the presence of pitting (due to arcing…).
Schedule periodic maintenance (according to environment, rate of use…) to run the cleaning trolley.

Perform several passages back and forth with the cleaning brushes (abrasive foam) to remove all dust and all solid deposits, then repeat the operation with edging brushes (sanding belt, grit 120) to improve brushes quality surface.

Single collectors: facing the cleaning collector, clean the rails one by one.
Double collectors: replace a collector brush by a maintenance brush; fasten the cable to one of the maintenance collector.

Once the lines have been cleaned up, remove the cleaning collector (or put back on the collector brush in the case of double collectors), since this system is not designed to run over long distances (see section on Cleaning collector).

MONITORING OF GROUND CONTINUITY

When one (or several) expansion joints are fitted, the ground continuity on each expansion joint should be checked: once every two years

MAINTENANCE OF CIRCUIT INTERRUPTIONS

When one (or several) circuit interruptions are present, the insulation of the circuit interruption elements should be checked by means of an insulation controller, at a voltage higher than the rated voltage.
The insulation sectors should be cleaned, as necessary.

SPARE PARTS

  • Replacement Brush: 60A = MC0114 ; 200A = MC8041
  • Simple cleaning Brush : MC4190

15. Guarantee

Our equipment is guaranteed one year against any material or manufacturing defect recognized by ourselves. As we are not responsible for its installation and operation, our guarantee covers only replacement or repair (at our own choosing) of the part recognized to be defective.

We do not accept responsibility for any defects arising from faulty supervision or maintenance. We also disclaim liability for any production stoppages that may result.

Components

Mobilis Movit

You will find here all the standard components of Mobilis Movit range.In case of specific need, we can developp an ancilary for you. All these elements are easy to mount and compose an IP23 secure line. Click on the elements to show their characteristics.

 

Rail

Straight single-pole element with its insulation envelope

Advantages

Aluminum structure
Stainless steel friction track


Description

The rails are straight elements used to conduct the electrical current all along the line and allow current shunting by means of friction collectors. One rail is required per pole. They are available in 3 intensities: 315A, 450A and 630A. Conductor made of aluminum alloy, a material offering the best compromise between conductivity, weight and price. The stainless steel track crimped onto aluminum provides the face of friction for current shunting. Phase versions and earth versions are available, gray envelope for phases, gray envelope with standard green-yellow earthing on both faces of the element. The envelope ensures the electrical insulation and protection against direct contact. Available in standard lengths of 4m, 3m, 2m, and 1m, and in special lengths. Acceptable intensities are valid in 50Hz, 60Hz and DC. Horizontal curves are possible, please enquire indicating radius and angle: minimum curve radius of 15m.

Product number and compatibilities

References of the rails:

Technical data

Overall dimensions
L (mm) : 27
H (mm) : 48
Z (mm) : 4000

Weight (kg)
see table of references

Current rating
315A, 450A, 630A

Rated Voltage
750V

Rated Temperature
-30°C to +55°C

Material
Aluminium, Stainless steel track, self-extinguishing PVC Envelope light grey

Mounting

Installation rules
One line of rail is required per phase and earth pole. The poles are grouped according to the groups of sliding hangers. For lengths above 250m, check if an expansion joint is needed according to the rules suggested. The end of the rails must be within 0.5m of sliding hangers. The earth rail must be in the location the furthest away from the running beam, to make the foolproofing system of the current collectors effective.

Mounting rules
Position always the earth rail in the location the furthest away from the running beam. Always prepare the ends of the rails according to our instructions before making the connections

Mounting required tools

Dismounting required tools

Maintenance

Check the friction tracks periodically, use a cleaning collector when clogging or damage of the tracks is detected. This damage to the surface of the track may take various forms: abrasive dust, damage due to electrical arcs, etc. Regular inspection is required to check the wear of the brushes and the quality of the conductive tracks according to the rate of use, the distance covered and the chemical environment, and run the cleaning collector.

Connection

Provides the electrical and mechanical link connection between the single conductors.

Advantages

Ensures self-alignment of rails
Fast assembling by only 3 screws with easily access from the top


Description

The purpose of the connection is to provide a rigid electrical and mechanical connection between the single conductors. For the feed box and each junction between the rails, standard for all intensities, pre-mounted in factory. Optimized contact with the rail and positioning guided by pin, to be installed after preparation of aluminum rail ends. The connection itself requires no preparation before assembling. After assembling, the connection provides an available space in rail core where a heating cable can be installed later on.



Product number and compatibilities

MC1000

Technical data

Length 80mm

Weight (kg)
0,3 kg

Current rating
315A, 450A, 630A

Material
Aluminium and zinc coated steel

Mounting

Installation rules
Provide 1 connection per junction the between rails. No connections end of line.

Mounting rules
A connection requires preparation of the rail ends before it can be installed, to eliminate oxides present on the aluminium surface and to preserve the quality of the contact over time.

Mounting required tools

Dismounting required tools

Maintenance

This element does not require any particular maintenance.

Covering flange

Accessory for electrical insulation of the junctions

Advantages

Clip-on assembling, no tools needed
IP23 Protection of the connections


Description

The purpose of the covering flanges is to ensure the protection of operators against direct contact with the junctions. Each connection has its own covering flange. Assembling only possible when connections have been made. It is suitable for passing a de-icing cable. Each covering flange has 2 components: – a common base with 2 articulated wings. – a lid made of the same material. The 2 components are delivered pre-assembled.



Product number and compatibilities

MC2200

Technical data

Index of protection once assembled on the rail: IP23

Overall dimensions
L (mm) : 42
H (mm) : 90
Z (mm) : 250

Weight (kg)
0,17 kg

Current rating
315A, 450A, 630A

Rated Voltage
750V

Rated Température
-30°C to +55°C

Material
Self-extinguishing thermoplastic

Mounting

Installation rules
Provide a covering flange on each connection at the junctions of the rails (except at the feeding points).

Mounting rules
To be installed/dismounted on the line with mains voltage cut off. 1. Hang the base by its clips 2. Clip on the lid to lock

Mounting required tools

Dismounting required tools

Maintenance

This element does not require any particular maintenance.

End Line Feed Box

Interface accessory for the electrical connection of one pole of the line at a junction in-line.

Advantages

Introduction by 2 M32 cable glands closed by caps
losing of box without tool


Description

The purpose of the feed boxes is to carry out the electrical connection of the rails with the electrical installation. They are linked up to a connection in place of a covering flange, and ensure the protection of the operators against direct contact with live parts, as do covering flanges. Their position in the line is determined by the calculation of voltage drops. Each pole shall have its own feed box. A single model of feed box is used for all intensities. A feed box includes: – a common base. – 2 half-lids support each a M32 cable gland. – a self-stick label of identification of the poles. Connection shall be made by 1 or 2 flexible cables, type HO7 RNF, equipped with cable eye stiffeners to be crimped with connection Ø10 suitable to the connection screws. We can provide the cable eye stiffeners for cables 50, 70 and 95 mm². The cable glands are suitable for cables of diameter 15 to 25 mm (type HO7RNF 35 mm² up to HO7RNF 120 mm²).The feed boxes are delivered fully pre-mounted.



Product number and compatibilities

MC2300

Technical data

M32 cable glands for cables Ø 15 to 25. Connection by 1 or 2 cable eye stiffeners with hole Ø10, each one on a separate screw. Maximum intensity by cable eye stiffener: 315A

Overall dimensions
L (mm) : 50
H (mm) : 120
Z (mm) : 290

Weight (kg)
0,36 kg

Current rating
315A, 450A, 630A

Rated Voltage
750V

Rated Temperature
-30°C to +55°C

Material
Self-extinguishing thermoplastic

Mounting

Installation rules
Use a flexible cable for connection or provide a free-standing loop large enough to allow for line expansion. Providing one or more feeding point in line rather than end-of-line reduces the voltage drop (?U = Lt.?3.Z.I) and allows to choose a lower intensity because the length ‘Lt’ taken into account in the calculation varies according to the number of feed boxes. Providing a feeding point midway in the line reduces by half the voltage drop, as the ‘Lt’ section taken into account equals half the length of the line. For more than one feeding point in line, please review the following graph for the required position of the points and related voltage drops.

Mounting rules
1. Fit on the connection 2.Open the feeding and position it on the connection 3. Pass the cables through the cable glands 3. Crimp the cable eye stiffeners and connect them to connection 4. Close the feeding and tighten the cable glands

Mounting required tools

Dismounting required tools

Maintenance

This element does not require any particular maintenance.

End-cap

Provides the insulation of live elements at the ends of the line

Advantages

Clip-on assembling, no tools needed
Protection IP23 for the ends of the line


Description

The end-caps must be placed at each end of the line to ensure the protection of the operators.


Product number and compatibilities

MC2400

Technical data

Exceeded from the end of the rail: 79mm

Overall dimensions
L (mm) : 50
H (mm) : 70
Z (mm) : 190

Weight (kg)
0,14 kg

Current rating
315A, 450A, 630A

Rated Voltage
750V

Rated Temperature
-30°C to +55°C

Material
Self-extinguishing thermoplastic, stainless steel

Mounting

Installation rules
To be positioned end of line. Provide enough space so as not to impede line expansion (minimum of 6cm for 50metres, minimum of 2.5cm for 100metres)

Mounting rules
To be installed/dismounted on the line with mains voltage cut off.

Mounting required tools

Dismounting required tools

Maintenance

This element does not require any particular maintenance.

Sliding hanger

Supports the rails, provides the interval between rails

Advantages

Self-alignment system
Centre to centre clearance of 50mm between conductors


Description

The suspensions are groups of items of 1 to 8 poles, fully pre-mounted in factory. They are ready for installation. They allow for rail sliding (expansion-retraction phases). Each suspension comprises:- anodized aluminum support of suspension. – thermoplastic parts of suspension depending on the number of poles. – 2 M8 pins which allows fixing on a support. The plastic fixing parts have bent wings to limit the surface of contact with the rail envelope. This limits the retention of water, thereby reducing the strength of sticking between the suspension and the rail due to the white frost or the ice. The suspensions are sized to support the elements of the heaviest rails, fitted with de-icing cable, or the extra stress due to the white frost or to an extra load made by an installer.



Product number and compatibilities

Ref. 4 poles: MC2504. The alternative of the references are as follows:

Technical data

Centre axis distance of the poles: 50mm

Overall dimensions
H (mm) : 70
Z (mm) : 63

Weight (kg)
see table

Current rating
315A, 450A, 630A

Rated Voltage
750V

Rated Temperature
-30°C to +55°C

Material
Anodized aluminium, self-extinguishing thermoplastic, zinc coated steel

Mounting

Installation rules
Position the first sliding hanger at 0.5m of the line end, then every 2 metres. Extra sliding hanger on the last element of the line if line length is >3m.

Mounting rules
Simple clip-on of the rails between the sides of the sliding hanger.

Mounting required tools

Dismounting required tools

Maintenance

This element does not require any particular maintenance.

Fixing clamp

Impedes the displacement of the rails during expansion

Advantages

Easily removable
Visible from far away


Description

The fixing clamps immobilise the line longitudinally in relation with the support structure. 2 fixing clamps are required for each pole to make the fixed hanger. For each expansion joint 1 more fixed hanger is needed. For the line to expand freely, the fixed hanger must be placed: – midway on the line when there is no expansion joint. – midway on the sections between expansion joints. A fixed hanger is made of 2 fixing clamps engaged vertically on the rail and which must be sticked on both sides of a sliding suspension, pressing against the suspension support section. Each clamp is dismountable and can be moved to a new position, and the insulating envelope is not damaged. The dimension of the clamps is large enough to make them visible at a distance of several meters from the installation, which facilitates the checking of their position.

Product number and compatibilities

MC2600

Technical data

Overall dimensions
L (mm) : 33,5
Z (mm) : 40

Weight (kg)
0,07 kg

Current rating
315A, 450A, 630A

Rated Temperature
-30°C to +55°C

Material
Black painted aluminium, zinc coated steel

Mounting

Installation rules
Provide a pair of clamps on each pole midway on the line with not expansion joint, or midway of the segment if an expansion joint is fitted (see related section as needed).

Mounting rules
Stick a pair of clamps on both sides of the profile supporting a sliding hanger to provide a fixed hanger.


Mounting required tools

Dismounting required tools

Maintenance

This element does not require any particular maintenance.

Collector

Ensures the electrical connection between the mobile device and the rails

Advantages

High speed
Optimized contact


Description

The collectors shunt the electrical current to the mobile device requiring power by friction of a carbon brush on the rail track. They shall be installed on a collector bracket that is fixed to the mobile device requiring power. The single-pole 60A model has to be installed in a head to tail position on its support to shunt 120A. 200A model, 400A pre-mounted model, also available. One collector or a set of collectors is required per pole. The earth collector differs from the phase collectors as it has green-yellow markings and a mechanical safety pin to prohibit any contact on a phase, thereby ensuring the safety of the operators. The safety pins can be moved to fit the direction of assembling chosen by the installer. All collectors are delivered with 2-meter flexible cable. The head of the collector is articulated within 2 axes to maintain contact in the varying positions of the collector bracket on which the collectors are mounted. The round shape of the contact track allows to maintain contact even when the collector has a cross slope. The brushes can be replaced when worn out.



Product number and compatibilities

The ordering references are as follows. Please note that the earth collector shall be doubled as required by Standard EN60204-32 §13.8.2

Technical data

Maximum speed of 600 m/min for installations without expansion joint, limited to 270m/min in the expansion joint. With an expansion joint, one double collector above 150m/min for spark-free operation. In vertical position, with rail slot downwards. Horizontal position not feasible with rail slot sideways. Average operating life: 10.000 km depending on alignment quality. Operating life of brushes until replacement: 2000 km.

Overall dimensions
L (mm) : 200A : 50
H (mm) : 330
Z (mm) : 580 – 60A : 50x240x390

Weight (kg)
According to reference

Current rating
60-400A

Rated Voltage
750V

Rated Temperature
-30°C to +55°C

Material
Self-extinguishing thermoplastic, anodized aluminium, zinc coated steel

Mounting

Installation rules
Insert and take out of the rail only after mains has been cut off. Provides spaces large enough to take the collectors out of the rails and replace the worn brushes.

Mounting rules
To be positioned ideally horizontally. See positioning tolerances in the section ‘collector bracket’. The position of the cable should not lower the quality of the contact.

Mounting required tools

Dismounting required tools

Maintenance

Check the wear of the brushes periodically: the base of the chamfer is to be used as the indicator of the limit of wear. The average operating life of the brushes is of 2000 km. After the installation has been cut off from mains, pull up the collector box to take it out of the rail. Collector 200A: Pull up the brush to take it out of the box of pantograph and unscrew the bolted connection with the cable, Check that the cable eye stiffener is correctly fitted when reassembling! Replacement of 200A brush: the limit of wear is the base of the chamfer. Collector 60A: Loosen and take the connection screw out of the brush, Remove the worn brush, fit the new one and proceed in reverse order.

Collector bracket

Ensures the mechanical link between the mobile device and the collectors.

Advantages

Adjustable direction using oblong holes
Same fixing for all models


Description

The collector bracket is used to support simple or double collectors. It must be firmly fixed to the mobile element requiring power to support the weight and withstand contact forces of the collectors. It sets the position of the collectors on the rails. 2 models are available: a model with tube 40×40 for collectors 200 and 400A and a model with tube 30×30 for collectors 60A.



Product number and compatibilities

The following references are available.

Technical data

Assembling by 3 M8 screws. Version with section 40×40: for 8 simple or double collectors 200/400A Version with section 30×30: for 8 simple collectors or 5 double collectors 60A

Overall dimensions
L (mm) : 100
H (mm) : 100
Z (mm) : 500

Weight (kg)
see reference

Rated Temperature
-30°C to +55°C

Material
Galvanized steel

Mounting

Installation rules
Use M8 bolts. Install in accordance with the following instructions. Set the height position making provision for future wear of the brushes.

Mounting rules
Use M8 bolts. Install in accordance with the following instructions. Adjust the height position taking into account the future wear of the brushes.

Mounting required tools

Dismounting required tools

Maintenance

This element does not require any particular maintenance.

Bracket

Ensures the mechanical link between the frame structure and the sliding hangers, fixes the position of the line in relation to the running rail.

Advantages

Available for beam wings of thickness 6 to 32mm
2 lengths available


Description

The bracket sets the clearance between the line and the travel path. This clearance must be as parallel as possible. It carries the sliding suspensions which are slipped into the lower groove and tightened through 2 openings for access. The bracket is available in 2 lengths, 590mm and 700mm. It is designed to fit to the lower part of the beams of a maximum width of 300mm, by tightening 2 lugs. The offset must be adjusted in relation to the running rail. Taking into account the possible load on the supporting elements (weight of the rails + heating cable + unusual loads + white frost), the offset of the rails in relation with the beam should the shortest possible to reduce stresses.


Product number and compatibilities

The following references are available.

Technical data
For tightening on beams IPN, IPE, HEA, HEB, HEM of max. width of 300mm.

Overall dimensions
L (mm) : 30
H (mm) : 28
Z (mm) : L

Weight (kg)
According to reference

Rated Temperature
-30°C to +55°C

Material
Galvanized steel

Mounting

Installation rules
Number and position according to the placement rules for sliding hangers.

Mounting rules
Align the assembling holes of the sliding hangers in parallel to the travel path.

Mounting required tools

Dismounting required tools

Maintenance

This element does not require any particular maintenance.

Expansion joint

Absorbs the difference in expansion between the line and the carrying structure

Advantages

Small overall dimensions
Required only beyond 250m, or even 350m


Description

Compensates for the difference in expansion of lines longer than 250 meters, even 350m for lines in non-dusty interior environment and intensities 315A and 450A. The number and the positions of the expansion joints depend on the installation’s features and can be determined using our on-line calculator at www.fels.fr. It is mounted like a rail element, compact item with height lower than that of the feed box, nominal length of 4 m to be adjusted according to the assembling temperature. Same element for the 3 intensities. The expansion joint is available in phase and earth versions.

Product number and compatibilities

Ref. Phase: MC5614, Ref. Earth: MC5624. These references cover the intensities of 315A, 450A and 630A.

Technical data

Maximum speed of a simple collector at the passage of the expansion joint: 270 m/min. Beyond 150m/min, we recommend the use of double collectors. To be supported by 2 sliding suspensions.

Overall dimensions
L (mm) : 50
H (mm) : 90
Z (mm) : 4000

Weight (kg)
7,9 kg

Current rating
315A, 450A, 630A

Rated Voltage
750V

Rated Temperature
-30°C to +55°C

Material
Aluminium, Stainless steel track, self-extinguishing PVC, copper

Mounting

Installation rules
General case: Refer to the following diagram and the technical data for the layout of the expansion joints. Special case with curves or circuit interruption elements provided: Refer to these sections.

Mounting rules
To be adjusted imperatively according to the calculation specific to the installation. Always place at mid-point between two fixed hangers.

Mounting required tools

Dismounting required tools

Maintenance

This element does not require any particular maintenance. Check periodically the continuity of the earth on the expansion joint: once every 2 years.

Circuit interruption element

Ensures the electrical insulation between 2 sections of the same feeding line.

Advantages

Can be fitted as easily as a straight element
Visual location of the interruption position from the outside


Description

Often used to insulate electrically one part of the line from another (maintenance versus work area), allowing for instance maintenance to be carried out on a travelling crane (in a well defined area), while the other cranes continue to run. The circuit interruption element consists of an insulating part located at mid-point on a single conductor rail of 4m length. This element ensures the electrical insulation of the circuits while ensuring the mechanical link of the line. The earth pole should never be interrupted.


Product number and compatibilities

Technical data


Overall dimensions
L (mm) : 46
H (mm) : 74
Z (mm) : 4000

Weight (kg)
weight + 0,8 kg

Current rating
315A, 450A, 630A

Rated Voltage
750V

Rated Temperature
-30°C to +55°C

Material
Aluminium, Stainless steel track, self-extinguishing PVC Envelope light grey, zinc coated steel

Mounting

Installation rules
Identical to the standard phase rail.

Mounting rules
The circuit interruption element is at mid-point of the rail. Position the rail in accordance with the layout provided for the feeding areas. Always prepare the ends of the rails according to our instructions before making the connections

Mounting required tools

Dismounting required tools

Maintenance

Regular inspection is required to check the insulation between the conductors of the same pole on both sides of the interruption, at least once a year.

Cable eye stiffeners for feed

For the connection of the cables to the connection screws

Advantages

Galvanized copper cable eye stiffener
3 formats available


Description

Galvanized, non-insulated copper cable eye stiffener, for connection to a connection screw by a 10 mm screw.

Product number and compatibilities

Ref. MC8095 for cables 95mm², Ref. MC8070 for cables 70mm², Ref. MC8050 for cables 50mm².

Technical data

Cable eye stiffeners for copper cable.

Brush for preparation of rail ends

Ensures the preparation of the connection surface of the rail ends

Advantages

Narrow to facilitate passage between 2 rails
Contributes to connection quality optimization


Description

Brushing is required to remove the insulating and invisible alumina layer before making the connection.

Product number and compatibilities

Ref. MC8010

Contact lubricant

Preserves the quality of the connections of aluminum rails over time

Advantages

Makes connection leakproof
Contains metal particles


Description

The surface of the rail to receive a connection should be greased. After brushing and wiping the particles, the contact lubricant is applied before the connection is fitted in place.

Product number and compatibilities

Ref. MC1010

Technical data

Tin with quantity for 200 connections. Safety data sheet on request.

Mounting

Mounting rules
To be coated on aluminium surfaces for protection after brushing and wiping. Do not put on the stainless track of the rails.

Replacement brush for collector

Replacement brush for collector 60A and 200A

Advantages

Cost-effective
Easy to fit


Description

Allows to replace the collector brush when its lifetime has ended. Brush is identical to the new brushes.



Product number and compatibilities

60A: reference MC8046, 200A: reference MC8041

Mounting

Installation rules
Replacement of the brush: the base of the chamfer is the wear limit point.

Mounting rules
Replace the brush after mains voltage cut off! Collector 200A: Pull up the brush to remove it from the case of pantograph and unfasten the bolted connection with the cable, Pay attention to the placement of the cable eye stiffener during reassembly! Collector 60A: Loosen and remove the connection screw of the brush. Remove the brush, replace it, and proceed to the reverse operation.

Maintenance

Replacement of the brush: the limit of wear is the base of the chamfer.

Single cleaning collector

Removes the dust and the solid deposits on the track

Advantages

Allows periodic cleaning of the tracks
Delivered with 1 Cleaner + 1 Grinding tool


Description

When a double collector 400A or a simple collector 60A is installed, it is preferable to use cleaning brushes instead of a cleaning collector. Periodic maintenance shall be scheduled (according to environmental conditions, use…) to run the cleaning collector in order to restore the quality of contact between the collector and the conductor.

Product number and compatibilities

Ref. MC4190

Technical data

Delivered with cleaning brush with abrasive foam and grinding brush with fine grit of 120

Overall dimensions
L (mm) : 50
H (mm) : 330
Z (mm) : 580

Weight (kg)
3,8 kg

Mounting

Installation rules
If a simple collector 200A is installed, symmetrical positioning in relation with the collector bracket.

Mounting rules
To be positioned symmetrically opposite to the collector already in place an in relation to the collector bracket. 1. Unscrew the support of the collector in place. Position the cleaning collector and screw 3. Perform the reverse operation for disassembling.

Maintenance

Simple collectors: fit the cleaning collector in opposite position and clean the rails one by one. Double collectors: replace a collector brush by a maintenance brush, fix the cable to one of the maintenance brushes. Run the cleaning brushes back and forth several times (with abrasive foam) to remove all solid dust particles and deposits, then repeat the operation with the grinding brushes (abrasive grit No. 120) to improve the surface condition of the tracks. Once the lines have been cleaned up, the cleaning collector must be removed as this system is not designed to run over long distances.

Cleaning and grinding brushes

Renovates the surface condition of the tracks

Advantages

Installed in place of brush
Allows periodic cleaning of the tracks


Description

Maintenance accessory used for restoring the surface condition of the tracks, do not use a cleaning collector when the installation includes a double collector 400A.


Product number and compatibilities

Cleaning brush Ref. MC8005, grinding brush Ref. MC8006
Warning :The 60A Collector cannot carry any cleaning brush, grinding brush.

Technical data

Cleaning brush with abrasive foam and grinding brush with fine grit of 120

Mounting

Installation rules
Do not connect a cable to these brushes

Mounting rules
Replace the brush after mains voltage cut off

Maintenance

Simple collectors: fit the cleaning collector in opposite position and clean the rails one by one. Double collectors: replace a collector brush by a maintenance brush, fix the cable to one of the maintenance brushes. Run the cleaning brushes back and forth several times (with abrasive foam) to remove all solid dust particles and deposits, then repeat the operation with the grinding brushes (abrasive grit No. 120) to improve the surface condition of the tracks. Once the lines have been cleaned up, the collector brush must be put back on as this system is not designed to run over long distances.

Kit for unclipping sliding hangers

Provides for easy disassembling of the single conductors

Advantages

Allows easy disassembling
Saves time


Description

This kit allows to draw the sliding suspensions apart to remove the single conductor easily.

Product number and compatibilities

Ref. MC8025

Ice shield

Prevents formation of white frost on the track

Advantages

Prevents formation of white frost
Fits into the rail


Description

Increases the temperature of the rail by means of a heating cable, thereby preventing the formation of white frost on the surface of the track.

Product number and compatibilities

Please enquire

Technical data

Maximum Length: 2 X 120m, with feeding located midway.



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