• Different Types of Circuit Breakers - ELCB, RCB, MCB or RCCB

    Different Types of Circuit Breakers - ELCB, RCB, MCB or RCCB

    Circuit breakers are capable of carrying, making or breaking rated current in a circuit. They act as safety devices that provide protection to the circuit as well as the equipment in situations of overloading, short circuit or under-voltage. In situations of crisis, they interrupt the flow of current to avoid any hazards. Once the electric flow is interrupted, the circuit breaker needs to be...
  • Protect your house from short circuit using MCBs and ELCBs

    Protect your house from short circuit using MCBs and ELCBs

    Your home should be your safe place where your family resides happily. But with the electric uncertainties and the hazards that follow, usually evokes fear. Especially in countries like India, which don’t have a stable supply of electric current, the chances of electric hazards increase. Also, the quality of wiring being used in most of the places is not always of good quality. Or...
  • This Diwali, Celebrate Safety With Gelco's MCBs & ELCBs

    This Diwali, Celebrate Safety With Gelco's MCBs & ELCBs

    With all Diwali preparations being in full swing, let’s not overlook the safety of your family, especially your home and appliances. Remember, celebrations are joyous only when safety is well in place. Diwali is the festival, marked with lights. Face-lifting your home with bright and fancy lights is the very essence of this festive season. But we usually ignore the responsibility of the electric...
  • Safety & Protection With the Superior Range of MCBs and ELCBs

    Safety & Protection With the Superior Range of MCBs and ELCBs

    ENSURE SAFETY AND PROTECTION WITH THE SUPERIOR RANGE OF MCB BY GELCO ELECTRONICS MCB trip is a common issue in our households and likewise. Most of us are aware of this small panel found on our distribution boards, called the MCB (Miniature Circuit Breaker) – which controls and protects our electric devices, electric panels, and other devices from overload currents and short circuits. MCB...
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