In all power distribution systems installations there is designed power supply from at least one of the electrical switchgears in the building. Each element of the power switchgear which appears in our designs and installations comes from verified producers, such as Schneider Electric, Siemens or Hager.
LV switchgear is the most common type of switchgear used in typical commercial buildings. They have voltages up to 1,000 volts and are used to distribute electricity to loads inside the building.
In larger commercial buildings, as well as in industrial buildings, higher voltage switchgear - MV switchgear - may be required. Their voltage typically ranges from 1 kV to 36 kV, allowing for more efficient transport of energy over longer distances. The installation of MV switchgear requires more advanced measures than for LV.
We usually install switchgears on the clients building area, but the whole assembly of elements process takes place in our workshop. It allows us to maintain high quality of the switchgears aesthetic and it shortens the installation time. While this process takes place in our workshop we are able to perform tests in an controlled environment. Thus we can issue conformity declarations for prepared switchgears.