We supply standard secondary substations dimensioned from 200 kVA to 1250 kVA.
All substations are delivered with removable roofs and are painted in Green URKI-TEXT 1042 (textured paint), corrosion class C4. Alternatively, the station may be painted in any color based on the RAL color chart.
We cast concrete bases at our factory in Vinderup and we can therefore meet special requests for recesses for cabling.
Our standard secondary substations are constructed on a frame of profile pipes. Each size is made up of a frame clad with profiled side elements or a combination of side elements and doors. The frames are reinforced with angle bars on both sides.
The roof of standard substations is designed as a dual roof with interior gutters at the joints. The interior roof captures condensation and the gutters carry off any water if a leak occurs in the roof joint. All uninsulated substations are supplied with removable roofs.
In secondary substations dimensioned at 400 kVA and above, there is ventilation at the roof joint in the end gable as a standard. Upon agreement, this can also be supplied in substations below 400 kVA.
The characteristics of the subsoil is decisive for deciding on the foundation work for the secondary substation.
Before initial commencement of operations, the operator must ensure that the equipment shows no signs of defect. If there be any doubt as to the usability of the equipment, this should be clarified with us.
After use, the equipment must be stored in a dry location in such a manner that it does not sustain any damage.
At least once every twelve months, the equipment must be thoroughly inspected. This is to ensure that the equipment is in optimum condition and in accordance with the Danish Working Environment Authority’s executive order no. 1101 of 14 December 1992, section 13 and section 22.