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1 x emergency power generator 460 kVA 1 x central battery system for emergency lighting 85 Ah 18 x distribution boards IP41 18 x 12 HP 10 x distribution boards IP41 12 x 12 MW 55,100 m installation lines 3 990 m cable with functional 1698 m cable trays with width of 100 mm to 500 mm 222 m cable lines with functional 1360 piece Installation Equipment / switches / sockets 5610 m wiring to supply by others asked plants 292 units lamps with reflector 127 piece mounted luminaires 118 piece recessed downlights 1 x 18 W - 2 x 26 W 647 Piece Pendant lights direct / indirect light 229 piece LED emergency luminaires 324 pieces LED Step Lights 2996 m cable 1 x 6 to 1 ?
On the electrical side the contractor is asked to install eight 1,600 kilovolt ampere (kVA) transformers, a light voltage panel and distribution, busbar trunking, distribution boards, sub main distribution boards, a motor control centre, lighting and power, eight 1,875 kVA Generators, as well as an uninterruptable power supply extra-light voltage system.
Hager's TPN distribution boards include removable doors that are reversible for ease of fittings.
50pm on Monday, but a window was damaged and an electronic distribution board was destroyed.
When contacted, David Stewart, general manager of ADCP, said a small fire had damaged an electric distribution board in the 15-year-old building.
The electric installation works counted the installation of communication equipment in the specially designed technical rooms and the installation of an electric local distribution board in the equipment room, in each location.
The first-of-its-kind 3,000kV project will accommodate two transformers of 1,500kV each on the ground floor and main isolation and contact devices and four main low-voltage distribution boards on the second floor, he added.
In the process of getting to the copper, the thieves smashed toilets, brought down ceilings and tore apart electrical distribution boards.