The current harmonics which are multiples of 3 cause additional problems in some systems. In 4-wire systems, they have a very undesirable property of summing up in the neutral conductor. Contrary to other order harmonics the waveforms of these harmonics are in phase with each other which causes adding of the phase currents in the neutral conductor. This can lead to overheating of the neutral particularly in distribution systems where this conductor is a smaller cross section than the phase conductors. Therefore, in systems with non-linear loads and large current distortions, it is now recommended that the cross section of neutral conductor is larger than that of the phased conductors. In the delta systems, the harmonics of these orders are not present in the line currents (provided these are balanced systems), but they circulate in the load branches, also causing unnecessary power losses.