Just 36 hours from installation to switch-on – New York’s first mobile emergency transformer went online in record time. PFISTERER was involved from the outset in planning this new type of transformer, and supplied the dry pluggable CONNEX connection technology that forms a key element of the integrated solution.
Haidian District, in the west of Beijing, has gained a new tram line. The Beijing Western Suburban Line links Bagou with Xiangshan Park. The overhead lines along the whole new route are tensioned with the innovative TENSOREX C+ spring-tensioning system.
With lush vegetation and an abundance of tropical flowers, the island of Kauai is one of the eight main Hawaiian islands and a unique natural paradise in the middle of the Pacific. Its isolated location is both a blessing and a challenge – particularly for local energy supplier KUIC.
The new power transformers from AVU Netz GmbH are universal in their application. This network operator in western Germany is already implementing three connection versions using identically constructed transformers and thus remaining flexible for future demands. This is made possible by the versatile CONNEX connection system.
When designing the Klus substation, personal safety was given number one priority because quick maintenance means maximum reliability, just as you would expect in Switzerland. CONNEX also reduces costs, just as you would expect from PFISTERER.
To reduce vibrations caused by the wind, you don’t just need to know how, you also need to know where. That is because damping systems are only really effective if they are installed in the right place. A task for PFISTERER’s unique vibration recorder.
Ankara to Istanbul in just three and a half hours? The new high-speed rail link using specialist technology by PFISTERER transports passengers to the global hub at high speed – even over tricky terrain.
The longest railway tunnel in the world has to remain accessible in any situation, even when repairing the tracks. The unobstructed and fully-accessible earthing and short-circuit devices by PFISTERER make this possible.