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TRANSMISSION LINES AND SUBSTATIONS

TRANSMISSION LINES AND SUBSTATIONS

Without a doubt, the most convenient and economic energy type is electricity. The demand for electricity as energy and source and first time use as illuminator started towards the end of the 19th century and has increased to great levels in the following years. This demand also initiated the need for the transmission of electrical energy or starting the use of electrical energy transmission lines. Our Company is and has been providing trouble-free design, supplies, products, turn-key installation, control systems, and repair services related to electrical energy transmission lines with over four decades of successful project completion experience.

Our Company has the capacity to install substations and energy transmission lines in conformity with local and global standards and produced/delivered electrical energy transmission lines consisting of towers (or pylons), conductors, grounding (or earthing) equipment, isolator equipment, hardware sets etc., material groups of different construction structures all involving transmission of the generated electricity energy to remote points.  

Our capacity definitions in electricity transmission lines are classified in three groups as high, medium and low voltage.

  • HIGH VOLTAGE

    Aerial line consists of an ENH; a copper or aluminum conductor cable, carrying tower (or pylon) and isolator that provides the connection between the pylon and the conductor. In more technical terms, the lines between the electricity generation plans and the substations are defined as High Voltage lines. Projects realized by our Company may be found in the references section.

  • MEDIUM VOLTAGE

    Lines between the large substations and the small substations are classified as Medium Voltage lines. Projects realized by our Company may be found in the references section.

  • LOW VOLTAGE

    Lines between small substations and the consumer are defined as Low Voltage lines. Projects realized by our Company may be found in the references section.