Futina is a leading circuit breaker supplier, specializing in providing high-quality products and comprehensive solutions to meet the diverse needs of industries worldwide. Futina circuit breaker for sale is mainly used in AC 50Hz/60Hz, rated working voltage 230V/400V, rated current to 63A and below. It is mainly applied at office building, residence, for lighting, power distribution and overload and short circuit protection of equipment. As a specialized circuit breaker supplier, Futina offers different type of circuit breaker, including MCB Miniature Circuit Breaker RCCB Residual Current Circuit Breaker, who provide the safety environment to all over the world.
Benefits of Futina's Circuit Breaker
High Breaking Capacity
Wide Range Working Temperature
How does Circuit Breakers Work?
It consists of a bimetallic strip and a plunger arrangement inside. Also, there is a latch arrangement made to hold the contacts closed, when it is turned ON.
The bimetallic strip is designed to carry a specific amount of current through it. When the current flowing through it exceeds the limit, the bimetallic strip gets heated up and it bends.
As it bends, it knocks down the latch holding the contacts. Higher the current faster shall be the operation.
Similarly, during short circuits, the current flowing through the miniature circuit breaker shall be several times the maximum limit.
Opens the Contacts
This activates the plunger arrangement instantaneously, which in turn knocks down the latch and opens the contacts. This is how a miniature circuit breaker works.
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So... if I understand this correctly, you want to engage a Singapore firm, registered in Singapore, to act as a body shop, in order to employ an Indian national who is currently on EP in Singapore, to technically work for the body shop so he can get another EP, except in reality, he will be working remotely for your firm... do I have that right?
I can't tell you what's going to happen here, but...
1. The person needs to meet the minimum qualifications for an EP and it looks like he does, based upon the information you provided.
2. On the one hand, the Ministry of Manpower (MoM) may want to know why the body shop isn't farming out local talent instead of asking for an EP for a foreigner. You may have been quoted a long processing timer because the body shop expects to go through an extended appeals process. I don't know what "waitlist" the body shop is talking about... some EP's get done in a few days.
3. On the other hand, MoM may not care about hiring a local since the job .....
I am actually looking for male survey respondent age range 18-29 singaporean or pr. However, i am looking at indian, eurasian and foreigners who have turned pr to help me to complete this survey by saturday. There will be a small token of appreciation given by one of the ministries. Please telegram me at akimoto_emi if you fit into this criteria
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The most memorable hotel experience in my lifetime was at the Rayavadee in Thailand. Back then it was owned by Sheraton, and I had a couple of free night vouchers and Rayavadee seemed like the best place to use them. Our ‘room’ was a two story bungalow, right on Railay Beach which is ‘other worldly’ kind of awesome. The resort is so massive, you have to call a free buggy to take you around. Just steps outside the resort we could get cheap Thai food. I barely spent any money there, and because our toilet had a problem, they gave us free dinner vouchers.
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Hi, I'm after a little advice – I'm trying to get an idea of the processing timeline for recruiting a candidate, who would work remotely from Singapore via a payroll company.
Here's some info on the candidate in question:
- Indian passport holder
- Currently works for a company in Singapore under an EP
- Earnings will exceed SGP10k per month
- Will work 4 days per week under permanent contract
- Educated at university level
The payroll company, which handles the permit/visa application, has advised me of a VERY LONG processing timeline: likely 3 months to get through the waitlist and a further 1-2 to onboard the employee. So that's around 5 months in total! :shock:
Does the above sound accurate? Many thanks in advance!
EandO in Penang (best high tea ever) and Hotel Puri in Malacca (like staying in a mini museum). Haven't been to either in a long time, alas.
I'm not a huge fan of Penang, but I would stay at the EandO if I go again. Not sure when you were last there; the newer wing (not exactly new any longer though), Victory Annex, has some higher floors with balconies and nice views over the water. Rooms are also big at 50+ sq meters. However, at this point the original wing may be in better condition (renovated in 2019).
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