CONTRELEC has the expertise to complete the electrical and mechanical design of electrical panels and sub-assemblies, and program control system PLCs.
We have experience in power and control engineering, and can prepare electrical schematics to your specifications using AutoCAD Electrical. We have a unique program which can generate accurate wirelists from AutoCAD Electrical schematics in minutes. We can perform electrical fault level calculations and ensure compliance to national and international standards. We can even get your control panels manufactured, thus providing a complete electrical design, manufacture and testing service.
SCR System Schematic Drawing Recovery
Fault finding with inaccurate and inadequate drawings causes unnecessary and unwanted down time. Some Ross Hill, Hill Graham, Westinghouse and GE SCR systems are over 30 years old, so it is inevitable that the schematic drawings are the worse for wear, or missing completely. Added to that, modifications may have been made which make the drawing set unreadable or useless.
Using our expertise and experience we are able to refurbish and re-construct legacy drawings in digital format (including AutoCAD Electrical), incorporate any site modifications, and produce a pristine set of drawings which can be reproduced as many times as required.
We also supply bound copies of drawing sets printed on high quality paper.
With prices from only £25.00 per sheet this could be the most cost-effective contribution to smooth system operation you could possibly make. Download our BEFORE and AFTER examples to see the difference.
We provide mechanical design and layout services and prepare AutoCAD drawings for manufacture. We work in 3D to produce accurate two-dimension detail drawings for manufacture. The advantages of 3D design are tremendous, especially when designing complex busbar systems.
CONTRELEC perform comprehensive risk assessments of machinery and installations from drawings and schematics to help ensure that your machine or installation complies with safety legislation and CE directives before manufacture commences, and follow-up with a risk assessment of the completed installation.