Medium Voltage Switchgear:
As an authorized Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), we are competitive on almost any standard, medium voltage (2.4 kV-35 kV) switchgear line up. The ability to integrate different manufacturer’s equipment into standard lineups and to make non-standard lineups gives Plant Power & Control Systems a competitive edge. We also offer free consultation by experienced engineers to help you choose the best product to fit your needs.
Low Voltage Switchgear:
We differentiate ourselves from distributors by having the ability to add customized features and providing on site engineering support. We also offer power circuit breakers, molded case breakers and insulated case breakers. We offer several different brands of low voltage switchgear including GE, Cutler Hammer, Square D, and Allen Bradley.
Medium Voltage Motor Starters:
As an OEM, we build both Cutler Hammer AMPGARDTM and GE LIMITAMPTM medium voltage starters. Our expertise with power distribution and high voltage techniques assists you with getting the proper starter for your application.
Medium Voltage Switches:
Medium voltage load-break disconnect switches, of our own design, are also available. These switches are rated at either 600A or 1200A . The switches may be custom designed to connect to almost any transformer or lineup. We also have the capability to manufacture this switch out of stainless steel insuring durability in any type environment.
Protective Relay Panels
To help fill the need of our utility customers, Plant Power & Control Systems has the ability to manufacture substation relay panels. Typically the relay panels are made of mild steel that will be primed and painted; however, panels may be manufactured from other materials as well. These panels can be custom designed by our engineering group, built to third party specifications or any combination of the two. As an example, our customer may specify the relay manufacturer they prefer and allow our engineering team to provide relay models and protection scheme (based upon and subject to customer feedback and approval), a three line diagram(s), relay panel wiring diagram(s), elementary diagram(s), interconnect diagram(s), etc. This allows the end user flexibility in a cost effective, high quality solution to their needs.