In the area of SEP electrical studies of Im3, we give all the necessary support to our industrial electrical engineering clients for the achievement of their projects in a satisfactory way, all related to electrical studies for electrical power systems, from the design stage to its commissioning. Additionally, we provide all the necessary support and specialized advice as an electronic engineering company in the occurrence of particular events in their facilities.
We carry out electrical studies from the preliminary stages of the projects, which allow us to carry out the process of access to the network before the control agencies. The above, mainly focused on:
We are able to develop studies for the design of electrical installations, for different voltage levels, based on local regulations and international standards (IEEE/IEC). This allows us to adequately guarantee the sizing and purchase of the required equipment.
We perform specific electrical studies for the commissioning stage (PES) of the projects, complying with the requirements of the control authorities. With the development of these studies we confirm the capacities of the equipment acquired and in the process of installation, also, we validate that no negative impact is generated to the system with the commissioning of the project. In this way, we obtain the approval of the authorities for its proper connection.
We have the necessary experience and the appropriate modeling and simulation tools to analyze and replicate with great accuracy particular events that may occur in electrical installations. This allows us to determine the root cause of the event, and propose mitigation measures to ensure the normal operation of the facilities.
We have professionals with extensive experience in the development of electrical studies in different countries, which provides us with a wide accumulated experience for the execution of expert review engineering processes (counterpart) in the specialty of electrical studies. We are proud to be part of the review team of the Open Access department of the National Electric Coordinator, with whom we have developed hundreds of reviews satisfactorily.