Understanding Electrical Busway Vulnerabilities

Understanding Electrical Busway Vulnerabilities

Failures can be prevented when busway is maintained according to the OEM maintenance instructions and industry-standards recommendations.

A busway is defined in Art. 368 of the 2014 National Electrical Code (NEC) as “a raceway consisting of a grounded metal enclosure containing factory-mounted, bare, or insulated conductors, which are usually copper or aluminum bars, rods, or tubes.” Being a raceway, it competes with other raceways, such as conduit with conductors, during the electrical design stage of buildings.

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