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We are one of the most reliable and leading manufacturers and suppliers of a highly premium quality of Prefab Electrical Room. These prefab portable cabins are widely appreciated amongst clients due to their robust construction, finishing that makes it termite proof, waterproof doors & windows and can withstand extreme weather conditions.

An electrical room is a room in a building designated and assigned for containing the building's electrical equipment. The electric power distribution center is usually located in an industrial building, though it can also be found in many residential areas.

Electrical rooms are sized and built in proportion with their buildings, so a larger building will house a larger room, while smaller buildings contain smaller electrical rooms. Buildings that are extremely large sized and require enormous and huge amounts of power may even contain a main electrical room that branches off into several smaller rooms. In many cases, the room is marked with a specific sign in order to assist service people in the maintenance of the building. These signs are also crucial to be on display in order to prevent people who don't belong in the room from wandering in and possibly harming or injuring themselves. In many buildings the door is usually kept locked at all times.

The electrical room is typically designed in a very linear and clean design, and has to meet the local building and electrical safety codes during and after the construction. Most electrical rooms feature an open and wide aisle or a walkway, with the actual electrical equipment fastened safely onto the walls. The area is ideally well lit to allowing access to the electrical system controls. Fire resistant mechanisms are placed to provide maximum safety as well.

The power from the local power plant is programmed to typically flow into the electrical room via utility wires and into the circuit breaker, or fuse, boxes, varying in size. These are normally controlled by a number of switches that can be turned on or off according to the building's needs. Again depending upon the number of rooms and the also the size of a building, the electrical room may contain one or multiple breaker boxes. It is ensured that these are kept clear of debris so that in order to allow service people or business owners’ easy access to the switches in an instance if there may occur an emergenc

Inside each breaker box are a whole host of wires ranging from singular colored wires, individual breakers, different cables, as well as power cut-off switches for various different sections of the building. The arrangement of each breaker box may show a discrepancy and should not be changed or tampered with without the proper awareness. Most breaker boxes display a diagram of how they should be arranged and used within the inside of the panel, helping in utilizing the contents of the breaker box.

Remote Units

A remote containerized infrastructure is common for slightly larger applications. Typical equipment includes instrument and telecom cabinets, optical distribution frames, and transmission or server cabinets. Shelter sizes vary, but are often up to 150m2 with power requirements up to 40kW. As base station controllers and optical distribution nodes in the telecom industry, remote instrumentation in the oil & gas industry, and backbone networks in the IT industry.
The remote Containerized Solution shown in Figure 2 was designed for the oil & gas industry and powered with renewable energy via solar panels. All equipment was installed and tested prior to shipment. This remote site includes DC power systems, batteries, A/C and heating systems, power and alarm equipment, fire extinguishing system and a generator for backup.

Switching & Control Centers

In telecom and IT networks, containerized solutions are designed for Mobile Switching Centers (MSCs), optical main nodes and cable landing stations. The oil & gas and mining industries use Smartec Containerized Solutions as automatic switchgears and control centers.
Switchgear rooms are designed to both de-energize equipment and clear faults. Switchgear equipment is found in substations on the high voltage and low voltage side of large power transformers. Low-voltage switchgear is usually housed in a substation called a “power distribution center”. Control rooms are designed for the oil & gas, mining and chemical industries that operate 24/7/365. To keep systems up and running, many different types of power systems and equipment must be housed in a single control center.
To simplify transportation and future expansion, large solutions like this are often built in 30m2 to 50m2 modules that can be expanded on the ground level or stacked as multiple stories. The entire building is prefabricated in sections that can withstand transportation to remote areas with little to no infrastructure.

Energy Centers

Energy centers are small power stations with high power capacity for critical operation infrastructures. These fully redundant stations provide energy for various applications via power sources such as mains, gensets, UPS, batteries and DC systems. Energy centers usually house several UPSs, batteries and cooling equipment in addition to the critical customer equipment. There can also be DC power systems complemented with DC-AC inverters.
Large modular Containerized Solutions are often built in 30m2 to 50m2 modules that can be expanded on the ground level or stacked as multiple stories. The entire building is prefabricated in sections that can withstand transportation to remote areas with little to no infrastructure. These containerized solutions are designed to operate in extreme environments, offering quick deployment and easy installation.

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