Industry | 20 Jun 2013
The first PFU installedWe have installed the first prefabricated concrete transformer substation in Mexico. This product, an Ormazabal PFU-4 installation, is located in an industrial estate in the city of Celaya, Guanajuato state, Mexico.
This solution, an innovative one for the Mexican market, includes a distribution transformer, a low voltage board and the medium-voltage switchgear necessary for disconnection and protection, built into a prefabricated concrete enclosure.
At Ormazabal we are one of the 4 largest manufacturers of protection, disconnection and transformation equipment in the world, having sold more than 1.2 million units. Our units are designed, manufactured, tested and approved in accordance with the most demanding international standards, in order to provide maximum safety, reliability and service life.
With regards to both surface and underground transformer substations, we are the world's leading manufacturer with more than 85,000 units installed worldwide.
As a company specialised in integrated solutions for electrical distribution and transformation, we have been present in Mexico for 14 years. We have supplied more than 3000 disconnection and protection units for wind farms, most of them developed by the Federal Electricity Commission', in addition to more than 1500 units in shopping and industrial centres, buildings, hospitals, etc., where the majority of these are at altitudes higher than 2,300 m and in installations of maximum reliability and security.
Our main references in Mexico are:
- Corporate buildings: BBVA Bancomer Executive tower.
- Universities; National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).
- Shopping centres: Convention centres including: Banamex, Bancomer, Querétaro and Acapulco.
- Residential complexes.
- Several industries.
- Wind farms.
- Photovoltaic solar plants.
- Strategic installations.