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Electrical panel designing for a supermaket chain

November 16th, 2017 | Make a comment | Posted in Panel Building

electrical Panel design and circuitry

Today, K. wanted to share his associate and good friend’s experience in panel designing. This friend works at national transmission and dispatch company and few interesting things came out this experience.

Read this story below and if you want to share your electrical engineer stories too, please send a mail.

Panel designing and related safety protocols (introduction)

Beset by electrically initiated fires, this supermarket chain had decided to benefit from the services of a professional electrical engineer. My friend and associate was hired to inspect and redesign LT panels at five outlets of this chain.

Raceways in internal installations

July 3rd, 2017 | Make a comment | Posted in Panel Building
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megaphone-darkblueRaceways are one of the most common electrical components in electrical installations as they provide a safe route for the cables and wires.

You can find raceways in your home inside walls, in the office where you work and many other places. So let’s start by defining what raceways are.

Let your fellow electrical engineer Yasser tell you more about raceways in internal installations…

Common problems in medium voltage switchgear

May 5th, 2017 | 1 Comment | Posted in Panel Building
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megaphone-redAs protection is the first concern in power systems design, companies spare no effort to upgrade protection devices to better, safer, smarter and more efficient devices.

This is obvious at a glance in the development of switchgear. Probably you know what switchgear is, but you don’t know the reason why switchgear got this name. Nor what are the most encountered problems in MV switchgear.

That’s what our fellow electrical engineer Yasser is going to explain today in this article he gently sent us! Leave your impressions below.


12 common errors in an Electrical Installation (and solutions)

April 3rd, 2017 | 4 Comments | Posted in Panel Building
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Here’s the second article of Patricia, who wants to list 12 errors which are very common and that occurs far too often during installations.

To her opinion, they should be avoided for the security of people and equipment. See the 12 most common errors below (and their solutions)!

electrical installation 12 most common errors


Designing electrical power system for industrial plant

January 9th, 2017 | Make a comment | Posted in Panel Building

Hi everybody, here’s an article we received from a professional who’ve been designing electrical systems for industrial, commercial, and residential (LV and MV) since 5 years. He wanted to share 4 tips with us so we gladly published his material.

Enjoy and do not hesitate to send us your articles in our boxmail!

Designing electrical system particularly for industrial plant can be difficult to start and the process often require a complex understanding not only about engineering knowledge but also some of the soft skills.

Here I will explain the general principle for designing industrial electrical power system as a guidance to get the job done.

1) Find all client’s wants, needs, and desires

This is the most important principle not only for a designer but also everyone who work in service industry. Remember, the client is your focus.

industrial plant clients


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