My home is supplied by 3-phase electricity. When the electricians installed the system, they made guesses at how to balance the loads across the 3 phases. The country that I live in limits the amount of power available through each phase with a closed box that trips out if ANY ONE of the phases exceeds a certain current. So if the cooker and the water heater are on the same phase and are on together, the power trips out for the entire house. I am wondering if there is some device I can connect to the 3 'live' cables inside the house, that automatically divides the current being pulled equally across the 3 phases. Does anyone have any ideas? Many thanks in advance.