Advait Infra

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Emergency Restoration System (ERS)

Introduction

Electrical Transmission is hampered by transmission tower failures, resulting in a tremendous amount of cost for utility companies, electricity generating companies, and electricity supply companies. Taking the time to design and build the new structures would increase the magnitude of loss. To start the electricity transmission within shortest possible time, Emergency Restoration System (ERS) is an excellent solution since it quickly creates a temporary bypass system.

In collaboration with CSIR-SERC, Chennai, our technology partner, we have developed an indigenous and cost-effective technology of ERS suitable for transmission lines of voltages from 33kV to 800kV. And we are proud to say it is the first system under Make-In-India initiative to be developed indigenously and complying to all the international standards.

 

Applications

Advantages

Based in India, our system is inexpensive when compared to those already on the market.
Our other benefits include –

System Components

Codes and Standards

Design - We provide the latest software to model and apply loads according to the latest codes and standards, such as IS 802 and IS 5613. This helps the customers to finalize the guy requirement as per the site conditions.

Qualification – All our modules meet the criteria of the standard IEEE 1070:2019 for the following tests -

Manufacturing Facility

To maintain the highest quality standards of Aluminum Modules, we utilize the best tools and machinery available in the industry. The modules we fabricate undergo the production tests of IEEE 1070:2019. Our company has also developed a high-quality document control and management system, allowing us to provide our clients with all the necessary test reports, GTPs, etc.

Prospective Clients

Besides providing standard packages, we can also provide user requirement based packages to all the Government owned Electricity Utilities and even to Privately owned Electricity utilities. To name a few –

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