Design and analysis expertise to ensure your Electrical Systems are safe, reliable and fit for purpose.
Our team of electrical engineers has extensive experience in designing and enhancing Electrical Power systems. We provide tailored solutions that help you successfully manage your systems to ensure Safety, compliance and optimal performance. We identify where improvements and efficiencies can be made through computer modelling of your electrical distribution systems to perform Arc Flash Hazard Analysis, Fault Level and Earthing studies, Short Circuit analysis, Protection Coordination and Load Flow studies and analysis.
Arc Flash & Fault Level Studies
Arc flash incidents are a real, and sometimes poorly understood, hazard in both high and low voltage electrical systems.
We are a world leader in the analysis, mitigation and management of arc flash hazards in all types of electrical installations. Our proven methodology helps you understand the arc flash risks in your power systems using detailed modelling and energy level calculations in accordance with international standards. We apply our engineering expertise to minimise those risks through changes to system configuration and protection equipment. Finally, we can help you manage the residual risks, through appropriate labelling, training and operating procedures.
Our team have been involved in the provision of Arc Flash Hazard Analysis since 1995 and during this time we have completed over 1000 studies to date for all types of installations including Offshore Oil and Gas platforms, Petrochemical Plant and Power Generation Plant, manufacturing sites and commercial facilities.Get in touch
We implement our studies in accordance with the NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace and our experience in providing this in a risk based approach has found favour in the UK, Europe and further afield.
Earthing systems are installed to fulfil several different functions and a single earth system does not address all earthing requirements.
For new installations, the ruling documents for earthing installation are covered by;
- BS 7430 Code of Practice for Protective Earthing of Electrical Installations
- BS EN 50522 Earthing of Power Installations exceeding 1kV
- BS 7671 IET Wiring Regulations
The issue of touch and step potentials and the need to consider these factors will depend largely upon the High Voltage network earth return paths. Where an installation is fed via an overhead line with no dedicated earth conductor, the earth return current must go through the general mass of earth and as such can create dangerously high touch and step potentials in the vicinity of High Voltage switchgear installations.
Our studies for both High Voltage and Low Voltage earthing requirements consider the design against the recommendations of these latest standards that represent the optimum earthing design requirements and compliance with them can ensure a well-designed and safe earthing system which will be fit for purpose.Get in touch
Power Systems Analysis
Identification and mitigation of hazards through evaluation and analysis.
We offer expertise and analytical capabilities to ensure your power distribution system is safe, compliant and meets your needs. This includes Protection coordination studies that ensure your electrical systems remains stable under fault conditions while minimising disruption to operating plant. We conduct load flow assessments, power quality and the impact of alternative power sources including backup generators to wind and solar installations.Get in touch
High Voltage & Low Voltage (HV/LV) Electrical Design
A wide range of electrical consultancy and project delivery services to support your business
Our experience includes both high voltage and low voltage installations in all types of industry from data centres to large industrial sites. We system management advice, detailed design and full project implementation along with the development of safe operating procedures and provision of training. Turn-key project delivery service covers the full project lifecycle from identification of your requirements through to specification, detailed design, procurement, installation, commissioning and handover.Get in touch