With its many qualities, sheet steel is the obvious choice of construction material. Steel is cost effective, strong and pliable. It is an excellent material for building safe and robust secondary substations. When handled right, a sheet steel secondary substation provides more service life than required.
Our secondary substations are constructed with the highest priority for personal safety with plenty of space and well proven and back-mounted technology to ensure work with voltage is carried out in a secure manner. The stations have been tested according to IEC62271-202 type A and B to ensure electrical arc safety.
There are many possibilities for customisation, as well as a wide portfolio of standard solutions. There are essentially no restrictions when constructing a station to meet individual requirements.
Alternative solutions for 12-36 kV
Standard up to 1250 kVA or customised
Aluminium-zinc or Magnelis on sheet steel or concrete foundations to withstand tough environments
Solutions customised to requirements
Future-proof options for metering, automation and information
Industrially built in the factory, including testing of live operational environment before delivery
Equipped with RMU switchgear selected by the customer.
The transformer stations fulfil arc fault requirements according to substation standard IEC 62271-202 type A and B. When RMU switchgear requires pressure relief, this takes place through channels in the transformer compartment.
Can be delivered with a pre-mounted transformer. The size depends on the station type.
– floor membrane to prevent ground moisture intrusion,
– sealing strips in the doorway and ceiling to prevent the intrusion of dust and dirt,
– anti-condensation compound on the roof interior and ceiling to prevent condensation and the formation of droplets.
For the cladding, there are three types of metal sheet panels to choose from. Standard panels, thin panels and lath panels. The standard colours are red, green and grey. Optional NCS colours are available as extras.
There are also different roof designs, for example a pitched roof with a 20- or 30-degree pitch, a hip roof or a round roof.
Stations can be provided with a separate area for IT equipment for better accessibility.