Preventive Maintenance and Services in:
• 138 KV Substations
• Medium Voltage Substations
• Power Transformers
• High-Voltage (HV), Medium Voltage (MV) and Low Voltage (LV) Circuit Breakers
• Instrument Transformers
• Line Lightning Arresters
• Batteries and Rectifiers
• Protection Relays
• Ground Grid
• Power Cables
• Panels and Cubicles
138 KV substations
The services in 138 kv substations require specialized and trained teams to intervene correctly and locate the important aspects of the operation of the systems.
The LPEng have experienced staff and state-of-the-air equipment to perform these services.
Medium Voltage Substations
The services for Medium Voltage Substations also require specialized and trained teams to intervene correctly and locate the important aspects of the operation of the systems. The LPEng have experienced staff and the latest equipment to perform these services.
Power transformers are essential items in a substation and should be preserved and maintained through inspections and tests at regular intervals.
The LPEng Engineers and Technicians bring the know-how of these devices and equipment with respect to testing, detailed inspections, corrective field service, assemblies and commissioning.
High Voltage (HV), Medium Voltage (MV), and Low Voltage (LV) Circuit Breakers
The circuit breakers perform the functions of maneuvering and protecting the electrical systems and equipment.
The protection system is made up of the combination of transformer instruments, batteries and rectifiers. Keeping these sets reliably requires skilled, trained, and constantly update labor.
The LPEng have available the necessary resources to ensure a good assistance in all these aspects.
Line Lightning Arresters, Batteries and Rectifiers, Protection Relays, Ground Grid
The equipment safety and systems in substations require special care as to the integrity of the planned adjustments and functions as well as performance simulations.
The power cables and their connections or terminations should be inspected and tested regularly because it is through them that the equipment is interconnected and promote supply to the loads.
The greatest number of faults is located in terminations and bushings and the LPEng has the appropriate equipment for detecting these problems.
Panels and Cubicles
The panels are responsible for controlling and monitoring the equipment and contain the meters, while the cubicles house the medium voltage equipment.
Connection inspection, testing, cleaning and retightening are activities that should be done regularly