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HANNOVER MESSE 2018, 23 - 27 April
Exhibitor 2018

EGE

EGE - Ways of Energy

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Company Data

EGE, spol s r.o.

Novohradska 34
370 01 Ceske Budejovice
Czech Republic
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Fax: +420 387 764600

Contact(s)

Mr. Dipl.Ing. Radek Skopik 013 E30
Sales Manager of Electrical Engineering Division
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Mr. Dipl.Ing. Aleš Kainz 013 E30
Busduct Division Manager
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Mr. Hynek Falta 013 E30
Steel Structures Division Manager
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Mr. Dipl.Ing. Michael Lüdicke 013 E30
Managing Director EGE-Deutschland GmbH
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Facts

Year founded
1992

No. of employees
501-1.000 (Status: 2015)

Annual turnover
between 50M and 100M EUR (Status: 2015)

Company profile

EGE is a group of companies assembled in an internationally operating holding company which primarily offers deliveries of special equipment for the power industry. EGE has proprietary know-how, uses its own production facilities, employs about 600 people, including specialised design teams and seasoned installation crews, and has revenues exceeding 60 million euro. The main areas of business of parent company EGE, spol. s r.o. are three-fold: generator outlets - busducts, high-voltage electrical technology focused on earth fault protection in distribution networks, and lattice towers for transmission & distribution lines and other steel structures. The company's strategy is to offer a full range of products and services from technical training to after-sales service. EGE provides its own development, design, engineering, manufacture, assembly and service for all its own products.

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Products

Three - Phase shunt reactor

TKFC - 3-Phase shunt reactors are used to compensate the reactive power. With the development of renewable electric power sources (above all offshore and land wind farms) the compensation of reactive power gains more significance. TKFC - 3-Phase shunt reactors are disgned for the fixed value of the reactive ...read more

Lattice towers 22 kV - 400 kV

EGE Steel Structures Catalogueread more

Earthing transformers - ETR

ETR earthing transformers are used to create an artificial neutral in distribution electric networks. Typical parameters of EGE ETR earthing transformers are networks of 6, 10, 15, 20, 35 kV and rated power from 200 to 5000 kVA wiring scheme Zn, ZNyn 11 or other variants based on customer's wishes.read more

Earthing resistors for HV networks

Earthing resistors serve connections between the neutral points of distribution network to grounds in networks operating with resistor-grounded neutral points. The purpose of the resistor-grounded neutral is to dampen overvoltage during ground faults and provide sufficient current values for protection, ...read more

Auxiliary resistors

Resistors for increasing active components of fault current. Secondary resistors are used In order to improve the reliability of ground-fault directional protection instruments. The resistors enable active components of the fault current to be increased for a short time. The connection is either controlled ...read more

Ground fault arc suppression coil

Arc suppression coils are used to compensate for capacitive currents when ground faults occur on an electrical network. They are connected to the distribution network node. EGE's arc suppression coils are smoothly adjustable arc suppression coils covering: nominal network voltages from 6 kV to 110 kV ...read more

Isolated Phase Busduct (IPB)

The power series of EGE busducts can handle up to 25 kA for self-cooled IPBs and 50 kA for forced cooled IPBs as follows: Isolated phase busducts (IPB) with air insulation This type of duct is used primarily for the outlet of generator outputs at current levels as high as 28kA and voltages of 36kV. ...read more

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