Case Studies

CLASS

What is CLASS?

CLASS (Customer Load Active System Services) is a low-cost solution which uses voltage control to manage electricity consumption at peak times which is now being employed by a leading northwest electricity utility.

By installing cutting edge ‘voltage controllers’ in primary substations >>>

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Containerised Substation Solutions

Purpose Built Containerised Substation Solutions

Acrastyle Limited manufactures fully furnished containerised substation solutions for both utilities and the private sector. The energy sector demands high quality solutions that are fully integrated and readily available. Why should substations be any different? The containerised substation is >>>

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NIE Tamnamore Project Delivery

Protection & control equipment

During October Acrastyle completed delivery of protection & control equipment to NIE’s Tamnamore Substation in Northern Ireland. This significant project included four fully equipped portable relay rooms, eleven marshalling kiosks, a suite of ten 110kV protection panels & a 110kV, 3 bay mosaic mimic control panel.
The project >>>

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Integrated Design, Build & Test

Challenge – Transformer protection & control

Acrastyle were commissioned to provide fully integrated design, build and test for new transformer protection and control panels to protect two newly installed transformers (33/11Kv 25MVA Dy11). The new transformers were scheduled to be installed into a >>>

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Missing Drawings? Acrastyle’s Replacement Drawing Service Saves Time & Money

Challenge

Build and test protection panels to customer’s drawings for 132kv S/S extension when old drawings turned out to be missing or out of data.

Solution – Drawing replacement

Acrastyle did a full audit on old protection system then re-created the missing drawings, re-designed the >>>

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