Our Service In Transformer Line Erection
A transmission substation joins two or more transmission lines and has high-voltage switches that enable the connection or isolation of the lines for maintenance (also referred to as a Switching Station).
A high-voltage electric system facility is known as a substation. It is used to switch equipment, circuits, lines, and generators in and out of a system. Additionally, it may convert alternating current to direct current or direct current to alternating current, as well as adjust AC voltages from one level to another.
Through incoming transmission lines, a substation receives electricity from producing stations and distributes it. electricity is sent through the egress lines.
AEPL offers specifications for setting up a new substation, a small transformer, or any other operation involving the construction of lines. For that, we have a team that plans, designs, and executes. From conception to commissioning, we complete engineering, design of the substation, including layouts, design of bus bars, gantry structures, earthmat, illumination system, protection schemes, foundation designs, building designs, earth resistivity, earth grid design, complete cable schedule for connecting various substations, control room layout, testing, and commissioning of the substation.