GIS (gas-insulated switchgear) is a solid metal-enclosed device that contains high-voltage components such as disconnections and circuit breakers. These gadgets can be used safely in restricted settings such as small spaces. For instance, it is used to extend city structures, offshore platforms, roofing, and a variety of plants such as industrial and hydroelectric.
All of the components of this form of switchgear can be brought together in a very small space by surrounding them in a gas-tight metal enclosure, and SF6 gas can be utilized as insulation between existing elements of the devices and the earthed metal enclosure. This type of switchgear can be used on systems ranging from 12 to 800 kV. Insulated switchgear, such as SF6, is essential for building an electrical substation in a constrained space.
In an electric power system, switchgear is a collection of fuses, switches, and circuit breakers. Switchgear's primary purpose is to safeguard, isolate, and control electrical devices. It is possible to connect this directly to the power supply's consistency. High voltage switchgear, which is used to operate electric machinery and motors, was invented in the nineteenth century. Switchgear is installed on both sides of the voltages of the power transformers in substations.
Radiant is a seasoned maker of custom epoxy resin and poly concrete moulded components and has long been the go-to source for GIS bushings to satisfy the widest range of customer requirements.
Our manufacturing plant enables us to provide durable, maintenance-free bushings for the GIS switchgear, allowing it to be put indoors, in congested urban areas, and in severe situations.