Ranging from Low Voltage to High Voltage, switchgear refers to a collection of circuit protection devices (circuit breakers, fuses or switches) mounted in a common, metal enclosure. The circuit protection devices distribute power to various sections of a facility and the electrical loads within those sections.

Switchgear is commonly found throughout electric utility transmission and distribution systems as well as in medium to large sized commercial or industrial facilities. Standards for electrical switchgear are defined by IEEE in North America and by IEC in Europe and other parts of the world.

Our synchronizing panels are mainly designed and used to meet power system requirements of our clients. These panels function both manually and automatically. An automatic synchronizing panel function for two or more generators or breakers. They are widely used to synchronizing generators and offering multiplex solutions.

It provides sophisticated engine control, load management and communications capabilities, including unsurpassed power system monitoring and protection. · ​ It can be custom engineered to meet the specific requirements of any project in a wide range of emergency power applications from industrial/commercial to large healthcare and business-critical facilities


Synchronizing Panel

Transfer Switch

Capacitor Bank


Meter Center

Cable Ladder & Tray

Transfer switches are the safest way to directly connect a power electricity to an establishment. A transfer switch isolates your premises from the power lines. This prevents back-feed, which occurs when the power goes back down the utility lines and also prevents any form of overlap, and in the event of an outage gives you a direct and simple method of powering critical functions, comfort solutions, lights, and emergency equipment.

Our transfer switches are designed in conformance with European Standards and are certified by independent testing laboratory.

Capacitor bank are used for reactive power compensation and power factor correction in the electrical substation by reducing the phase difference between the voltage and current. Since majority of the industrial loads are of inductive nature, they require certain proportion of reactive power for them to function.

This reactive power is provided by the capacitor bank installed parallel to the load. Capacitor banks act as a source of local reactive power and thus less reactive power flow through the line. By using a capacitor bank, the power factor can be maintained near to unity.

Panelboards are used to safely distribute electricity throughout commercial and industrial facilities. A panelboard is a component of an electrical distribution system which divides an electrical power feed into branch circuits, while providing a protective circuit breaker or fuse for each circuit, in a common enclosure. A panelboard services to protect branch circuits from overloads and short circuits. Our panelboards are strictly designed to meet UL and NEMA Standards.

We fabricate all kinds of Distribution Boards:

We design our metering centers in an advanced modular metering system that is usually used in residential and commercial areas. With the help of our skilled electrical engineers, we ensure to provide our clients with utmost convenience and efficiency.

A meter socket secures and provides the electrical connection for the meter. Meter stacks are mechanically and electrically built to connect with main modules and other meter stacks to secure an optimized electrical distribution.

  • Automatic Transfer Switch

  • Manual Transfer Switch

  • Bypass Isolation Transfer Switch

  • Service Entrance Transfer Switch

  • Customized Transfer Switch

  • Externally Fused

  • Internally Fused

  • Fuse Less

  • Enclosed Circuit Breaker

  • Main Distribution Panel

  • Unitized Panelboard

  • Motor Control Center

  • Explosion Protected Panelboard

  • Available with 800A and 1200A horizontal bussing

  • 1PH and 3PH options

  • 125, 200, 225 and 400A stacks available

  • Ring-type and ringless socket designs

  • All enclosures are NEMA 3R indoor / outdoor construction

The cable tray is an efficient tool used to manage pathways for wires. With a grounded metal barrier along the centerline to separate power wiring and data communication cabling. Cable trays are usually overhead or under raised floors but carry open wiring. They are used to distribute cables from the source to the point of use.

Generally, cable ladders are preferred for supporting high volume or heavy cabling, especially if there are long spans between supports. Cable trays are typically used for light weight cable support, in addition to instrumentation and tubing.

  • Stainless Steel

  • Galvanized Steel

  • Fiberglass-reinforced Polyester

  • PVC Insulated

  • Gas Insulated

  • Metal Clad

  • Metal Enclosed

  • Pad Mounted

  • Vault or Subsurface