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How to specify medium voltage switchgear (for industrial plant)

January 22nd, 2016 | Make a comment | Posted in Panel Building
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Ismael is specialized in designing electrical systems (LV and MV) for commercial, industrial, and residential. Let his 5 years of experience enlighten you and read now the answer to how to specify medium voltage switchgear for industrial plant!

IP codes

As Medium Voltage Switchgear often entirely enclosed within the building, it is paramount to specify the specification for its enclosure. IP code (Index of Protection or International Protection or Ingress Protection) state the environmental protection against the ingress of solid foreign objects and water.
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Importance of voltage criteria for consumer distribution system

November 2nd, 2015 | 1 Comment | Posted in Electrical distribution
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Yesterday Martin M. sent us this article and we thought it was quite interesting, so we’re sharing it with you.

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A distribution system is deemed a failure if it does not meet the electrical demands of the consumers, as well as ensure safety while at it. Do note that the consumer end of the service is composed of thousands of small equipment and tools. While engineering at this level is virtually impossible, the power distributor can set a range of criteria that ensures both adequate power provision and safety.
Customer Voltage Requirements (more…)

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