Medium Voltage Switchgear
12kV to 36KV, 630-4000A, 40kA/3sec RELF Primary Metal Clad MV Switchgear
The switchgear is designed to operate in distribution transformer stations in industrial sites which generate, distribute and consume electricity. The switchgear complies with the requirements of IEC 62271-200, IEC 62271-1 and GOST, provides IP4X degree of protection for external enclosures and IP2X for internal partitions in accordance with IEC60529. It is designed to work in normal conditions defined by the IEC 62271-1 standard.
12KV to 40.5KV, 630-1600A, 25kA/1sec RXD Metal Enclosed MV Switchgear
The RXD type switchgear is designed to operate in distribution transformer stations in factories which generate, distribute and consume electricity. The switchgear meets the requirements of the IEC 62271-200 and IEC 62271-1 standards, provides an IP4X (IP3X) protection rating for external enclosures according to the IEC 60529 standard. The switchgear is designed for safe operation, inspection and maintenance. The switchgear has a frameless construction, made from galvanized steel sheets. The door and bay side shields of the switchgear cubicle are covered with powder paint in grey (RAL 7032) or other color upon the customer's request.
12KV to 17.5KV, 630-1250A, 25kA/3sec ROTOBLOK MV Switchgear
The ROTOBLOK type switchgear cubicle is an indoor, two-compartment switchgear, in a galvanized steel sheet housing (which assures potential equalization), with a single primary busbar system. The switchgear is equipped with an advanced air insulated switchgear apparatus. The cubicle has separated primary busbars and cable compartments, while the arc-proof design ensures a high level of operator safety.
25KV, 630A, 25kA/3sec TPM Ring Main Units (RMUs)
The TPM switchgears are compact medium voltage switchgear ring type (RMU – Ring Main Unit), SF6 gas insulated, for indoor purposes. It is designed to supply and distribute electricity in radial and ring urban networks, industry and in all facilities, where maintaining high technical parameters in a small switchgear cubicle is desirable.