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Company & Product Presentation MGC
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Brief Company History of MGC Technology Ltd.
1914 March 19, 1914. Moser-Glaser & Co. was formed, situated in the city of Basle. Main business: development, production
and marketing of small transformers, up to 4 kVA
1921 Birth year and first supply of new developed 8 and 15 kV power transformers
1922 First delivery of dry type instrument transformers for indoor application for the Swiss railway company, 15 kV & 66 kV
1939 May 2, 1939. A joint stock company was formed and renamed to Moser-Glaser & Co. Ltd.
1944 Development of porcelain isolated voltage transformers
1946 December 20, 1946. The factory moved from Basle to the new location in Muttenz
1947 Major break through in the field of insulation materials: first delivery of 20 kV epoxy cast resin insulated instrument
transformers, SILESCA

, completely developed by MGC. Manufacturing of 500 & 1000 kV test transformers and 380 kV
oil isolated voltage transformers
1958 Birth year of the bushings and busbars technology, DURESCA

, based on the RIP (resin insulated paper) technology


1982 New SF6 isolated instrument transformers, GASCOIL

are developed and produced by MGC


1990 New SF6 isolated busbar system, GASLINK

, was developed and produced in co-operation with the Siemens company


1996 MGC developed a new partially isolated busbar system, TIRESCA

1999 MGC Technology Ltd. is established


2001 Take over by the company Pfiffner Messwandler AG, Hirschtal, Switzerland
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General Overview MGC
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MGC Technology Ltd.
Energy Technology
Hofackerstrasse 24
CH-4132 Muttenz / Switzerland
Busbars
DURESCA

TIRESCA

GASLINK

Duresca
Tiresca GASLINK
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Busbars
DURESCA

busbars
Fully insulated capacitive and resin insulated busbar system for voltages up to 170 kV and maximum current of 7500 A
TIRESCA

busbars
Partially insulated busbar system for voltages up to 36 kV and a maximum current of 3800 A
GASLINK

busbars
SF6 insulated busbar system, very rugged, compact and maintenance free, rated for 40.5 kV and 3150 A
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Busbars
DURESCA

bushings
Fully insulated capacitive bushings for voltages up to 245 kV and maximum current of 7500 A
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Busbars
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Range of Use
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DURESCA

Solid- and fully insulated


busbars
GASLINK

SF6-Gas- and
fully insulated
busbars
TIRESCA

Solid- and
partially insulated
busbars
DURESCA

and TIRESCA

for outdoor and indoor application


GASLINK

for indoor application


Product Range
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DURESCA

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What is DURESCA

Per Definition: DUR = Solid


RES = Resin
CA = Casting
Fully insulated modular high voltage / high current busbar system
Custom designed electrical and mechanical characteristics
Fastening of straight or bent elements directly to the walls, ceiling, with metallic cross-bars
Maximal length of straight elements: 11 meters
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Electrical Field Controlled Zone and Busbar Grounding
Shielded capacitive busbar with field controlled bar ends, like a condenser bushing for a straight or bent conductor
Technical Characteristics
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Graded capacitor
Ground shield
Sharp bend
DURESCA

insulation
Ground connection
Conductor
Protecting envelope
Ground shield
Conductor (solid or hollow)
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Materials
Conductor
Tubular conductor in aluminium anticorodal (AC041) or, upon request, in copper ETP H
Insulation
Crepped paper, dried and vacuum impregnated with epoxy resin
Ground shield
Aluminium foil, enhanced with copper braid
Protecting envelope
Corrugated polyamide pipe, resistant against water and UV radiation (max. dia. 146 mm or 3800 A)
Ruggedized outside envelope
Aluminium pipe or corrugated stainless steel pipe (max. dia. 258 mm or 7500 A)
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Protecting envelope
Ground shield
Conductor (solid or hollow)
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Choice of Conductor
Aluminium anticorodal (AC041 - EWAA no. 6101) is better suited than copper because of the following reasons:
Mechanical characteristics
Copper must be heavily heated for bending and welding with loss of mechanical strength
Reduced weight
For the same nominal current, the aluminium busbar is lighter (AC041 = 2.7 kg / dm
3
, copper = 8.9 kg / dm
3
)
Reduced price
The aluminium version is about 10 - 15 % cheaper
Thermal dilatation coefficient
Copper 12 x 10-6 / K
AC041 23 x 10-6 / K
DURESCA

30 - 40 x 10-6 / K
Technical Characteristics
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The Different Types of Busbar Connections at a Glance
Busbar connections: Type DG
Generator busbar connections Rated voltage: 12 - 36 kV Rated current: 7500 A
Busbar connections: Type DGX
Busbar connections for SF6 insulated switchgears Rated voltage: 12 - 170 kV Rated current: 2500 A
Busbar connections: Type DE
Generator and switchgear busbar connections Rated voltage: 12 - 72.5 kV Rated current: 3800 A
Busbar connections: Type DEX
Busbar connections for SF6 insulated devices Rated voltage: 12 - 123 kV Rated current: 2500 A (1600 A for 123 kV)
Product Range
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Connections and Junctions
Technical Characteristics
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Round connector Flat connector Special type connector Special connector for GIS
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Plug in Connector Types
DURESCA Busbar with Pfisterer socket
Range: Up to 145 kV / up to 2500 A
DURESCA Busbar with F & G T-piece connector
Range: Up to 24 kV / 1250 A
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Technical Characteristics
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Protection Sleeves between Busbar Elements
Protection of the connecting hardware:
Protecting aluminium sleeve internally insulated and equipped with watertight sealing by silicon rubber bellows
Compensation of thermal expansion and small on site length adjustments (building not in accordance to plan)
Joint protection above 100 kV: with oil filled sleeve
Technical Characteristics
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Indoor Outdoor
Insulated sleeve, flexible
Silicone skirt or protection box
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Insulated Sleeves
Electrically / mechanically fully protected joints
Technical Characteristics
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Up to 12 kV, without graded potential, air insulated
From 12 kV to 72.5 kV, sleeve with graded condenser, air insulated
Above 72.5 kV, graded potential and oil filled
Air
Oil Expansion tank
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Direct Connection into an Oil Transformer
Particularities
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MOSER - GLASER
Current transformer
Insulating sleeve
Special transformer bushing DURESCA

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Current Transformer
Direct mounting on the busbar
Particularities
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MOSER - GLASER
Fastening flange
Fixing clamp
DURESCA busbar
Current transformer
Grounding connection: - DE type busbar: on fastening flange
- DG type busbar: via the aluminium protection tube and the fixing clamp
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Electrical Checks and Quality Insurance
Electrical checks:
Delivery of all components after factory tests according
to IEC 137, 1995-12, clause 8.1, 8.3 and 8.4.
- Capacitance and dielectric loss measurement
- AC test voltage
- Partial discharge measurement
Quality Insurance:
In September 1995, the certificate of approval has been
awarded to the MGC Technology Ltd. the first time.
The last re-certification has been taken place in November 1998.
The BVQI has certified that the quality management system is
in accordance to ISO 9001:1994.
Standards
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Conventional Applications
Electrical high voltage connections for high currents
For power stations, substations, switchgear and GIS, within caves and tunnels, to go through walls, ceilings and the ground
In case of lack of space, of complicated track or high security requirements
Short and repetitive connections for switchgear and breakers, as short bushing for special applications
As interfacing device within installations using different insulation technologies (e.g. air, oil, gas)
Allowing increase in the rated voltage of existing installations (extension or renewal)
Summary
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The Plus Points of DURESCA

and the Benefits to the User


Grounding layer embedded in the insulating material
Each phase is fully insulated, no parallel cables
No partial discharge
Capacitive controlled layers at both ends with
customized device adapters
High short circuit current withstand capability
Routine tested at the factory
Summary
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Complete protection against electrical shock hazards.
No need for additional wall bushings and insulators
Phase to phase short circuit is practically excluded
High life expectancy, more than 40 years under normal
conditions
No need for on site fitting of connection adapters or
welding
Low thermal sensitivity and high mechanical strength
Ready to be mounted, simplified commissioning
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The Plus Points of DURESCA

and the Benefits to the User


Small bent radii and small overall dimensions. Design
with 3D geometry
Low weight system delivered with all required
grounding and fastening material
Natural cooling
Formula without chlorine based material
High operating reliability
Summary
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Reduced civil engineering costs due to less space
requirement. Phase crossing made easy
Short assembly and erection time, no need for special
fixtures or tools. Reduced erection costs
No need for extra ventilation
Low fire risk, no toxic fumes under heat or fire
No need for maintenance
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UW Jona, St. Gallen, Switzerland
Busbar type DE 24 kV / 750 & 1250 A
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Mussalo Power Station, Mussalo, Suomi Finland
Busbar type DGP, 17.5 kV / 5000 A
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CEBU Thermal Power Plant NAGA II of NAPCO, Cebu, Philippines
Busbar type DG, 17.5 kV / 2720 A
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Thermal Power Plant Uran of Maharashtra State Electricity, Bombay, India
Busbar type DG, 12 kV / 4840 - 7860 A
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Comparison of Overall Dimensions
System Comparison
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Cable DURESCA

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Comparison of Overall Dimensions
System Comparison
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Cable DURESCA

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TIRESCA

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Range of Use
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Nominal current in A
TIRESCA

Partially insulated
busbars
TIRESCA

for outdoor and indoor application


Product Range
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Technical Data
Rated Voltage: 1 - 36 kV
Rated Current: 400 - 4500 A
Design: Indoor- / Outdoor
TIRESCA

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What is TIRESCA

Per Definition: TI = Partially isolated (solid)


RES = Resina
CA = Casting
Partially isolated busbar system for indoor and outdoor service
Protection of installations against small animals
Custom designed system, adjustable to any kind of connections
Fastening of straight or bent elements on walls, ceiling or on the floor, with metallic cross-bars
Maximal length of straight elements: 10 m, depending on the site design, means of transportation and contingency of site
erection
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Design of the Busbar
Partially isolated busbars with solid isolation for long, straight and / or bent conductors
Technical Characteristics
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Sharp bend
TIRESCA

-Isolation
Conductor
Protecting envelope
Conductor (solid or hollow)
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Materials
Conductor
Tubular conductor, solid or hollow in aluminium anticorodal (AC041)
Insulation
Epoxy resin
Protecting envelope
Corrugated polyamid tube, resistant against ultra violet radiation (max.. dia. 146 mm or 4000 A) or
FiberDur tube, resistant against ultra violet radiation (max. dia. 157 mm or 4500 A)
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Protecting envelope
Conductor (solid or hollow)
Technical Characteristics
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Manufacturing Length
The length of each busbar is defined by the following criteria::
- the site design
- the transportation means
- the contingency of site design
Manufacturing possibilities:
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10 m
2.3 m
2.3 m
2.3 m
Straight
One bend
Two bends or U-Shaped
Two planes or S-shaped
Technical Characteristics
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Design Alternatives
Manufactured for indoor and / or outdoor use
Generator busducts with Tee off
Connections between switchgears
Connections between transformers and switchgears
Duplex-connections
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Technical Characteristics
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Connections and Junctions
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Round connector Flat connector Special type connector
Technical Characteristics
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Electrical Checks and Quality Insurance
Electrical checks
- AC test voltage
Quality insurance
In September 1995, the certificate of approval has been
awarded to the MGC Technology Ltd. the first time.
The last re-certification has been taken place in November 1998.
The BVQI has certified that the quality management system is
in accordance to ISO 9001:1994.
Standards
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Conventional Applications
Busbar systems for indoor and outdoor application, for low and medium voltage and high currents
For power stations, substations, switchgears, within caves and tunnels, for fastening on ceiling and walls
In case of lack of space, of complicated track or higher security requirements
Short and repetitive connections for switchgears and breakers, as short bushing for special applications
Allowing increase in the rated voltage of existing installations (extension or renewal)
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The Plus Points of TIRESCA

and the Benefits to the User


Partially isolated busbar system
Each phase is separately isolated, no parallel cables
Application of ultra violet radiation resistant materials
Pre manufactured single elements
High short circuit current withstand capability
Routine tested at the factory
Summary
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Increased security degree for human beings
Increased security degree, no risk of phase to phase
short circuits caused by small animals or branches
High life expectancy
No need for on site fitting of connection adapters or
welding, quick and simple erection
Low thermal sensitivity and high mechanical strength of
the system
Ready to be mounted, simplified commissioning
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The Plus Points of TIRESCA

and the Benefits to the User


Small bent radii and small overall dimensions. Design
with 3D geometry
Low weight system delivered with all required
grounding and fastening material
Natural cooling
Formula without chlorine based material
High operating reliability
Summary
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Reduced civil engineering costs due to less space
requirement. Phase crossing made easy
Short assembly and erection time, no need for special
tools. Reduced erection costs
No need for extra ventilation
Low fire risk, no toxic fumes under heat or fire
No need for maintenance
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Advantages
For busbar connections in substations, designed for a higher protection degree than bare copper, especially against phase to
phase short circuits, caused through animals, branches a.s.o.
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Characteristics
Custom made single busbars
Partially isolated busbar system
Tee off connections pre fabricated in our works
TIRESCA

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EDF Nice, France, Poste de Lascaris - TR Y 611 - 70 MVA, busbars type TE 24 kV / 2500 A
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Applications
Connections between transformers and switchgears
Connections between switchgears
Duplex connections
TIRESCA

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EDF Melun, France, Poste de Langlois - TR Y 613 - 70 MVA , busbars type TE 24 kV / 2500 A
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DURESCA and
TIRESCA for MARINE-
Applications
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DURESCA and TIRESCA for Marine - Application
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Radiance of the Seas Jos. L. Mey er GmbH
For mari ne systems the producti on and di stri buti on of electri cal Energy i s of prime importance. Limi ted space avail abili ty must be consi dered during design.
Operating safety and fi re resi stance are important consi derati ons
The highest demands for safety and rel iabili ty under continuous load, i s what MGC Technol ogy Ltd.. offers together wi th complete protection for operati ng
personnel and maximum space saving.
The compact method of construction al lows mini mum bending radii and a three dimensi onal busbar arrangement without expensi ve supports.
The optimal busbar arrangement, qui ck i nstall ation and maintenance free desi gn provide a most economi cal sol ution.
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Technical Data
Rated voltage: Up to 40.5 kV
Rated current: 630 - 2500 / 3150 A
Rated short time current: Up to 40 kA, 3 s
Rated impulse current: Up to 110 kA
Rated operating pressure: 0.5 bar
Maximum burst pressure: 3.5 bar
Maximum leakage per year: Less than 1 %
Minimum phase distance: 200 mm
Design: Indoor installation
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Characteristics
Modular construction elements allow special individual solutions for any compact medium voltage equipment
The SF6 gas insulated system consists of aluminium or copper conductors interconnected by type tested high current plugs
Special high voltage insulators are used to center the conductors inside aluminium protecting tubes
Minimum phase distance suitable for adaptation to any compact SF6 switchgear
Universal angle type cast aluminium housings allow changes of direction and branch offs in all three dimensions
Excellent sealing is guaranteed by special SF6 proofed O-rings inserted in specially designed grooves with a maximum
leakage of not more than 1 % per year
High quality DURESCA

insulated bushings are used to connect air / oil insulated transformers, coils, capacitors and other
apparatus
Simple and quick assembly and creation by standardized elements, no special tools required
GASLINK

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Technical Characteristics
Cross section of busbar with conductor and protection tube
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Conductor (copper or aluminium)
Protection tube (aluminium)
High voltage isolator
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Technical Characteristics
Cross section of angle housing with conductor, high current plug-in connector and protection tube
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Angle housing
High current plug in connector
Protection tube
Conductor
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Technical Characteristics
Cross section of pressure control panel
GASLINK

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Range of Use
Connections between SF6 equipment
Connections between SF6 equipment and non SF6
insulated equipment (such as transformers)
Connections between SF6 equipment and cables
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Advantages
Protection against electrical shock hazards
Self recombining gas insulation
Additional fire protection not required
No effect due to magnetic fields following return current in enclosure (only with short circuit connections between enclosures)
Simple fixing devices
Any connection to SF6-, oil- or air-insulated, indoor or outdoor equipment is possible
Nearly maintenance free, therefore large service intervals
Modular design
Short delivery periods due to standardized elements
No aging effect on insulating material
Wear resistant; extremely short repair time in case of fault
Suitable for operation under extreme service conditions
SF6-insulation test can be made without interrupting operation
Small overall dimensions, low weight
Easy and quick assembly and erection due to pre-manufactured and pre-tested standard elements
Subsequent changes or extension of existing installations without any difficulties
Save operation at service voltage, even in case of leakage or pressure loss
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References
Experienced engineering team during all the project phases, starting with the conceptional design until erection and
commissioning
More than 6000 deliveries / 300000 meters world wide during the last 40 years
Some examples:
Customer Installation/Site Country Type Ur (kV) Ir (A) Length (m) Delivery
SMHEACN Murray Power Station AU DG 17.5 4000/5300 170 1965
SMHEACN Tumut Power Station AU DS 24 6000/10500 190/350 1972
ASEA Vsteras Stallbacka Kraftverk SE DGKH 17.5 5000 43/5 1974
NOK Baden Mapragg Switzerland CH DG 24 7000/4000 210/330 1976
Elin Union Wien Sharjah SA DG 24 2440 4x38 1976
KWU Offenbach Jeddah SA DG 12 2000 156 1977
Elin Union Wien Sharjah AE DG 36 800 28/18 1977
Elin Union Wien Ras Al Khaimah AE DG 36 800 27/21 1977
Siemens Caracas Camatuy VE DG 17.5 3505 550 1978
Siemens Caracas Tacoa Caracas VE DG 12 3000 293 1978
Vattenfall Vllingby Forsmo SE DG 12 2500 4 x 57 1980
Summary
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References
Customer Installation/Site Country Type Ur (kV) Ir (A) Length (m) Delivery
Siemens Caracas Inos Taguacita VE DG 12 2820 49 1980
ASEA Vsteras Sao-Roque I BR DR 1 1850 144 1981
Elin Union Wien Agus River PH DG 17.5 2300 179 1981
ASEA Vsteras Forsmark III SE DR 1 7750 117 1981
Siemens Erlangen Al Khobar SA DG 12 1350 2500 1981
BBC Wien Voitsberg III AT DG 7.2 3850 78 1982
Siemens Erlangen Piap Arroyito AR DR 1,5 3600 145 1982
Siemens Mannheim Gross-KW Mannheim DE DR 1 3700 420 1982
SACE Bergamo ENEL Neapel IT DG 72.5 800 90 1982
Vattenfall Vllingby Midskog SE DG 12 3100 3 x 89 1982
Siemens Caracas Inos Taguacita VE DG 12 2820 43 1982
Elin Union Wien DKWGreifenstein AT DG 17.5 3050 9 x 32 1983
AEG Frankfurt KWIbbenbren DE DG 12 3000 140 1983
BBC Mannheim Magat River PH DG 17.5 5500 51 1983
Siemens Erlangen Kinda Dam BUR DG 17.5 2350 3 x 70 1984
KWU Offenbach Uran II IN DG 17.5 7860 5 x 24 1984
BBC Zrich Mosul & Quarna IQ DG 17.5 2275 8 x 16 1984
Elin Union Wien Mosul Dam IQ DG 17.5 2500 4 x 13 1984
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