Our company develops itself through continuous research and development. We never compromise on quality.
We have more than 20 years of production experience, the industry leader in China.
Our sales and support teams are available 24/7 to provide unmatched support to our customers.
Welcome to SF6 Relations
As one of leaders of SF6 Gas industry, SF6 Relations always seeks innovation & excellence. Grasping strong production capability, advanced research strength and excellent service, SF6 Relations create the value and bring values to all of customers.
Our #1 goal is making the customer more productive and profitable by providing the best impactor-based technology and after-market support available.
Strong production bases, abundant manufacturing experience and professional research team help the in-depth development of mining machines. Both product types and models can meet all demands in this industry, guaranteeing the quality and delivery of equipment.Learn More
SWITCHGEAR, SF 6 gas insulated, having ALL of the following: (a) rated voltage NOT less than 66 kV; (b) circuit breaker; (c) disconnect and/or earthing switches 26/03/2010 22/07/2010 8537.20.90 0929299 SWITCH GEAR, indoor, rated voltage 66 kV or 18/06
When a circuit breaker fails, it can damage surrounding equipment, contributing to costly outages and the endangerment of lives. To meet today's crticial demands Mitsubishi Electric High Voltage Dead-Tank Power Circuit Breakers cover a range of 72.5kV to 800kV with interrupting classes spanning 40kA to 80kA.
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