Verdict’s In: Trinity Power on Time and on Budget in Courthouse Emergency
Prime Engineering is a full-service electrical engineering firm, providing a broad range of design and power-protection offerings for clients as large as Canada’s Department of National Defense, so every job offers a chance for their crews to make or break a very big reputation. That was just the case when a Saturday, after-hours power failure occurred at the New Westminster Provincial Courthouse and Prime Engineering was tasked with getting ... read more >
- September 10, 2014
Temporary Power Emergency Preparedness
A country as large as Canada can be subject to any number of natural disasters every year – consider Calgary’s 2013 floods – and similar flooding in Saskatchewan and Manitoba in 2014. And then there was the major ice storm that knocked out power across central and Eastern Canada during 2013’s brutal winter. In such situations, oil, mining and industrial operations can come to a halt without emergency access to onsite el... read more >
- August 05, 2014
006 Packaged Substation - Specifications
This Packaged Substation was manufactured to properly step down from 13.8kV to 480V.
It has a 15kV rated fuse disconnect currently fused at 40 amps. It has a 500 kVA 13.8 to 480V transformer and a 600V rated secondary breaker currently set to trip at 500 amps.
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- June 11, 2014
Temporary Power Equipment: When Renting Makes More Sense
When natural resources are your business, as they are for mining and oil and gas companies, you don’t have much choice where to base your operations – you need to be where the resources are located. Rarely, though, do such locations coincide with Western Canada’s power-transmission grid. This means plant owners and managers often need to import their own energy to power both their production facilities and the camps to house ... read more >