Electric circuits are designed to withstand electric current till a certain range. But what if the current is too much? Will your electric circuit handle that too? The answer is NO! Passage of too much electric current through circuits can overheat them leading to damage of crucial electronic systems or cause fire.

Industries and businesses rely upon electrical switchgear systems in Ghana to control, safeguard and isolate electrical devices and circuits. These systems are essential for making sure that electricity is distributed in a secure and effective manner.

Lance Power is a trusted partner for many industries for electric switchgear systems in Ghana. The popularity of Lance Power’s electric switchgear system stems from numerous reasons such as:

1. Efficient Power Distribution Management:

Electrical switchgear systems in Ghana are used in both low-voltage and medium-voltage distribution networks for efficient management. They assist in controlling the flow of electricity and allow utilities to efficiently distribute power to consumers in the residential, commercial, and industrial sectors.

2. Switchgear Types:

Electrical switchgear systems in Ghana come in different types such as air-insulated switchgear (AIS), gas-insulated switchgear (GIS) and ring main units (RMUs). Based on variables like voltage levels, available space and environmental considerations, each type is used in a variety of applications.

3. Medium Voltage (MV) Distribution:

In many regions, Lance Power’s electrical switchgear systems of medium-voltage are used to distribute electricity from the transmission network to substations, commercial hubs and substantial consumers. The voltage levels at which these switchgear systems typically operate are 3.3 kV, 6.6 kV, 11 kV, or 33 kV.

4. Low Voltage (LV) Distribution:

To distribute power to residential and commercial consumers, low-voltage distribution networks also use electric switchgear. LV switchgear frequently operates at voltage levels of 415 V or 240 V and aids in preventing overcurrent and short circuits in order to safeguard circuits and appliances.

5. Reliability and Safety:

Lance Power makes sure that its electrical switchgear systems in Ghana are reliable and safe. Electrical risks, equipment damage and power outages can all be caused by faulty switchgear. The switchgears undergo regular testing and maintenance to remain functional.

6. Renewable energy integration:

Ghana, like many other nations, is progressively incorporating renewable energy sources into its electrical grid. To handle the special characteristics of renewable energy generation and ensure seamless grid integration, Lance Power’s electrical switchgear systems in Ghana have adapted to these changes.

7. Local Laws and Standards:

Lance Power’s electric switchgear systems abide by Ghana Energy Commission and other pertinent authorities’ local laws and standards. The electrical infrastructure’s safety and dependability are guaranteed by adherence to these standards.

Like in any other nation, the reliable and effective distribution of electricity in Ghana depends on the operation of electric switchgear systems. By offering diverse consumers and industries across the country a steady and secure power supply, they aid in economic development.

Lance Power stays steadfast in its commitment to aid in the distribution of electric power safety through its switchgear systems. Browse our catalogue or call an expert for more info.