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Electrio was tasked with replacing the existing 40 year old Blower House Switchboard for a new one without interruption to the continuous working at Dairy Crest's busy waste water treatment plant in Davidstow.
To minimise disruption to the service, this project was carried out over a two week period and was part of the ongoing improvement to the waste water treatment plant at Dairy Crest Davidstow. A team of Electrio electricians initially installed a temporary Low Voltage panel, feeding this from a 500 KVA generator.
Working closely with site engineers from Dairy Crest to ensure the correct isolation process was completed, various controlled shutdowns were carried out so that the sub-main supply cables could be swapped over, to limit disruption.
Following the relocation of all supplies and controls, the old panel was able to be removed and the new bespoke panel installed. This new bespoke panel was designed and manufactured for Electrio by Prism Switch Gear. All new supplies were installed via new containment to feed the DAF plant and Blower project.
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“I was very impressed with the dedication and commitment of your staff when carrying out the works to a very high standard in very difficult circumstances i.e. reduced working period, additional works and having to work out of sequence to facilitate other trades. I can only thank you again and ask that you pass this on to all of your team. I do not know how you managed to achieve it, but you did.”
Building Officer, North Bristol NHS Trust
“Clarks Distribution Centre, this job was a great team effort and I am grateful to your Guys for being practical and flexible in what can be a difficult environment. We will be keeping your details on record for future reference and thanks again for all your hard work in bring the LED project to a successful completion ”
Group head of facilities Management - Clarks
“I have been asked to pass on the thanks of our CEO for your valuable assistance during the power supply problems of Sunday evening and Monday morning. Please extend this to all members of your team who were involved in the works. ”
Hospital Engineer, Royal United Hospitals, Bath
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