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Fuses have very high limiting capability, clearing faults rapidly at different voltage and short circuit levels. There is no emission of gases after a short circuit occurs.

Fuses can be replaced easily, quickly and provide selective coordination. When a fault occurs only the affected part of the network is isolated, while the rest of the network is functional. We offer products with an integrated fuse monitoring function and separate fuse monitoring devices.

About Us

Falguni Trading Corporation

Set in the heart of commercial city of Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, Falguni Trading is inspired by the spirit of its organization and is strengthened by the philosophy of Product excellence, Customer Satisfaction and Technological Advancement. For over 30 years we have catered to India’s & Overseas Energy & Power sector.

Falguni Trading is continuously expanding its footprints in all sectors like - Contractor, Government Projects, Private Projects, Pharmaceuticals, Oil and Gas Refinery, Ceramic Industries, Plastic Industries, Chemical Industries, Textile Industries, Real Estate, Solar Projects etc.

Falguni Trading has a presence across India & many overseas countries, Our brand enjoys a high recall value due to its trust inspiring quality. Our Success is based on clear focus on Product, Process, Quality, Performance and Excellence.

We are offering a wide range of MCCB Distributors, and Wire and Cables Dealers In Ahmedabad.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • A fuse is an electrical component that is designed to protect electrical circuits from overloading or short circuits by breaking the circuit when the current exceeds a safe level. It contains a thin wire or metal element that melts when the current becomes too high, thereby breaking the circuit.

  • You can check a fuse by looking at it. If the metal filament inside the fuse is broken or melted, then the fuse is blown. Additionally, some fuses have a built-in indicator that turns red when the fuse is blown.

  • No, you should never replace a fuse with a higher amperage fuse. Fuses are designed to protect the circuit from overloading or short circuits, and replacing a fuse with a higher amperage fuse can cause the circuit to overload and potentially start a fire. Always replace a blown fuse with a fuse of the same amperage rating.

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