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Elimsan 24kV Metal Enclosed, Metal Clad and Transformer Technologies are at Latin America

Largest exhibition of the mining sector, Expomin Santiago De Chile 2016 will open its doors at 25 April 2016. This year, Elimsan will attend the exhibition with 24kV MV Switchgears and MV Current and Voltage Transformers.

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EMC 24 Series Metal Clad Switchgears that will be present at the exhibition are developed completely by our Turkish designer team. One of the most important features of the product; the metal partitioned structure provides superior security and operation continuity. Another feature that makes the product a global choice is the design flexibility which allows compliance to different technical specifications and customer needs. EMC 24 Series Elimsan Metal Clad Switchgears have type test certificates compatible with IEC 62271-200, given by globally acknowledged KEMA and CESI test laboratories. Plus, globally preferred Elimsan Vacuum Circuit Breakers create a platform for all Elimsan medium voltage switchgears.

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Manufactured with 35 years of experience, expert engineering and innovative technology on international standards; Elimsan Metal Enclosed Switchgears have features like compact and ergonomic design, easy installation, maximum operator safety and remote control. ICMET and CESI type test certified metal enclosed product can expand upon need so it also minimizes the cost. Flexible design of the product can flawlessly meet any requirement or project.

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Elimsan Medium Voltage Current and Voltage Transformers developed on IEC 61869 standards have certified their quality and safety after KEMA and ICMET lab tests. Measurement standards of the transformers are compatible with DIN German Standards and can be manufactured with ANSI NORM Standards for America, Canadian standards, AS Australian Standards and for English Standards.

Specially designed for the Latin America Market, 24kV switchgears and current and voltage transformers will meet with the attendees at Hall 2, number 1181-2.