Sub Mains Installation Services
We specialise in the design, installation and commissioning of mains and sub mains distribution systems in a wide diversity of situations. Our mains network engineers are fully qualified and experienced in sub mains installation for all types of building – residential blocks, hospitals and medical centres, HMOs, blocks of flats, commercial kitchens, hotels, education centres, factories and offices.
We install and maintain both large and small scale distribution systems. Our engineers carry out all of your installation including cable management and containment to the distribution boards and switch panels. You benefit from a coherent and […]
Mains Power Failure
Local three phase power network outage in Addington? UK Grid or Local Power Network Outage in Coulsdon or Kenley?
Without electricity, your business will suffer. Small and medium sized enterprises (SME) are particularly vulnerable to both short and long term losses. Larger organisations are able to cope with the impact than an SME. Even very small businesses with fewer than ten employees can lose hundreds of pounds per hour when the power is down.
There isn’t much you can do if the national or local power grid is down other than wait. UK power […]
UK Grid or Local Power Network Outage in Balham SW12?
Small and medium sized enterprises (SME) are particularly vulnerable when the electricity is off. A mains power failure means downtime for your business. Larger organisations can absorb the impact of the financial losses better than an SME.
In cases when the national or local grid is down in Balham, there is little that you can do. If your business is the only one on the industrial estate or street without power, you need to find a solution as fast as possible. Even an SW12 business with fewer than […]
Mains distribution systems vary from something as simple as a sub main supply for a garage or shed up to large London commercial or industrial projects requiring a robust system.
The simplest system is a radial system. This is the cheapest and easiest to install. The downside of this is that a fault would lead to the loss of supply to multiple users. For example, in a hospital, a fault on a radial system would mean several areas would suffer a power outage, depending on where the fault lay.
Parallel feeders offer a greater reliability but […]