• Engineering Consultant for Design, Engineering and Consultancy Services for Extra High Voltage Substations, Transmission Lines, Electrical Balance of Plant (EBOP) of Thermal Power Plants, Large Electrical Systems (HV/MV) of Steel plants, Coal & Iron Handling Plants & Misc. Industries, Electrical System studies using ETAP 2019.

  • Engineering Consultant for Design, Engineering and Consultancy Services for Extra High Voltage Substations, Transmission Lines, Electrical Balance of Plant (EBOP) of Thermal Power Plants, Large Electrical Systems (HV/MV) of Steel plants, Coal & Iron Handling Plants & Misc. Industries, Electrical System studies using ETAP 2019.

Extra High Voltage Transmission Lines upto 400kV

A transmission line is used for the transmission of electrical power from a Generating substation to a Transmission Substation and between Transmission Substations. It transmits the electrical power from one end to another at 765kV or 400kV or 220kV or 132kV. The transmission line is made up of a single or multiple conductor/s per phase having a uniform cross-section along the line. Air acts as an insulating or dielectric medium between the conductors and between conductor earthed metal parts. For safety purpose, the clearance between the line and ground must be high enough to meet the requirements of the applicable standard. Steel lattice type or tubular monopole type towers are used for supporting the conductors of the transmission line. For transmitting high amount of power over long distance, extra high voltage is used in the transmission line conductors.

Medium Voltage Overhead Distribution lines 11/22/33kV

An Overhead Distribution line is used for the distribution of electrical power from distribution substation to the various load centres like domestic loads, commercial loads, medium industrial loads etc. The line voltage is normally 33kV or 22kV or 11kV. The distribution line is made up of a single or multiple conductor/s per phase having a uniform cross-section along the line. Air acts as an insulating or dielectric medium between the conductors and between tower/pole earthed metal parts. For safety purpose, the clearance between the line and ground must be high enough to meet the requirements of the applicable standard. Steel lattice type towers or tubular monopoles or concrete poles are used for supporting the conductors of the distribution line. The length of the distribution lines are normally restricted to 15-20km.

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