HANNOVER MESSE 2018,
23 - 27 April
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 rated power from 125 kVA to 19000 kVA short-term and continuous operation. The basic requirements demanded of such items conform to the IEC 60076-6 standard, with the exact design of the arc suppressioncoil being adapted to the specific needs of clients.EGE also provides special design of arc suppresion coils - earthing transformer active part can be placed together with an active part of an arc suppression coil in a shared housing. This solution is known as combined arc suppression coil.
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 ...
22 kV lattice towers
These are steel lattice structures welded together from rolled equal angles, the surface of which is protected by coating or hot dip galvanizing. ...
ETR earthing transformers are used to create an artificial neutral in distribution electric networks.
Typical parameters of EGE ETR earthing transformers are networks ...
Earthing resistors serve connections between the neutral points of distribution network to grounds in networks operating with resistor-grounded neutral points. The ...
Resistors for increasing active components of fault current.
Secondary resistors are used In order to improve the reliability of ground-fault directional protection ...
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 ...