What Is ‘Peak Lopping’ And How Can It Help To Maintain Power Supply?

‘Peak lopping’ otherwise known as ‘peak shaving’, is the use of an additional power source (such as a generator) in synchronisation with the mains power supply, to deliver enough power to meet the peak demand that cannot be met by the mains supply.

Using a generator to provide a ‘peak lopping’ power supply, will enable the use of the most cost-effective mains power but provide the added support to reinforce the mains power during periods of high demand.

‘Peak lopping’ otherwise known as ‘peak shaving’, is the use of an additional power source (such as a generator) in synchronisation with the mains power supply, to deliver enough power to meet the peak demand that cannot be met by the mains supply.

Using a generator to provide a ‘peak lopping’ power supply, will enable the use of the most cost-effective mains power but provide the added support to reinforce the mains power during periods of high demand.

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What is an ATS panel? (Automatic Transfer Switch)

ATS panels or automatic transfer switch panels are used in combination with standby generators to automate the switch between the mains power sources and a generator in an outage or blackout.

An ATS panel ensures that you do not have to manually switch to an alternative power supply, such as a backup generator in the event of a power outage. An ATS will automatically switch to another power supply, reducing the risk of data loss, damage to electrical equipment or any disruption to a business or facility. 

The ATS panel monitors the incoming AC mains supply so that should there be a blackout or brownout, the electrical load is transferred to the standby generator, and when the mains power is restored the ATS switch returns the building back to the mains supply, and shuts down the backup generator. 

Using an Automatic Transfer Panel for Safety Reasons

An automatic transfer switch is installed as part of any generator project where there is a mains supply, to not only protect data and electrical equipment but for the safe automatic transfer of electrical load. The fact that this process is completed automatically prevents the risk of human error where the consequences could be fatal.

ATS – Preventing Power Loss

The benefit of an auto system over a manual is the ATS panel moves the electrical load without the input of any manual process, saving any issues with loss of power. The automated transfer switch and associated control system senses the mains supply issue and starts the backup generator, in the event of a failure.

Without ATS panels, organisations would have to manually change over from mains to the generator and therefore suffer a longer break in the electricity supply. They would also be reliant on having the correct engineer available to carry out this task.

ATS Panel Pros

While a manual panel might be a cheaper option, there is no doubt that the pros of choosing an ATS outweigh the cons.

  • Avoid the hassle of switching the system on when the mains fails and you need the generator
  • Avoid having to manually start the generator
  • Nobody has to be stationed nearby to start the generator when there is a blackout
  • Enjoy the automatic restoration of power in a number of seconds!
  • Protect essential electrical hardware that needs a continuous power supply and is reliant on a backup generator.

ATS Panel Manufacturers

Shenton Group designs and manufacturers ATS panels, ensuring that the continuous power solutions we provide operate superfluously, linking ATS, UPS and standby generators.

Aside from turnkey generator solutions, which may include elements such as ATS panels, switchgear and of course, automatic transfer switches, Shenton Group offer remote monitoring systems and ongoing maintenance plans. This means you can operate safe in the knowledge that your backup generator and associated equipment is in working order for when you most need it.

If you are wondering what type of ATS panel you require for your application or need assistance in connecting an ATS to your existing setup, why not get in touch and we can properly assess your needs and help you find the perfect solution.

What Is the Difference Between ATS and AMF Panels?

Automatic Transfer Switches (ATS) and Automatic Mains Failure (AMF) panels both switch an electrical load from normal supply to a standby generator supply, and back to the mains when required and are in effect just different terminology for the same thing.

An ATS Panel Solution for Amazon Distribution Centre

After an initial assessment, Shenton Group provided a 275kVA generator to an Amazon distribution centre and as part of the project, to ensure seamless generator changeover, a 400A ATS (automatic transfer switch).

For more information about any ATS Panel or generator solutions, get in touch with our technical experts today, and we will be happy to provide you with the best course of action for your premises.

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National Grid Set to Lose Responsibility of Overseeing UK Electricity & Gas Systems

After 30 years of managing the energy system in England, Scotland and Wales, government ministers are planning to remove the National Grid as the electricity system operator as it looks to meet its 2050 net-zero emissions target.

Management of the UK’s electricity and gas systems, including balancing supply and demand to ensure electricity supply, is set to change hands as part of a revolution of our electricity network, driven by smart digital technology.

The responsibilities of preventing blackouts and keeping the power on are set to be given to an independent body, following recommendations from Ofgem earlier this year. The government’s business department is looking to create an impartial organisation separate from the FTSE 100 utility, as part of plans that could save £10bn a year by 2050 and create 10,000 jobs for electricians, data scientists and engineers.

Better Value for Bill Payers?

UK energy system set for management shakeup Shenton Group

Aside from looking to help the country meet their 2050 net-zero emission target, ministers are taking up the advice of Ofgem that a new independent body overseeing the electricity system would deliver better value for bill payers, as well as more effectively deliver the changes required to meet the 2050 targets.

Speaking to The Guardian, Anne-Marie Trevelyan, the energy and climate change minister, said the rules would allow households to “take control of their energy use and save money” while helping to make sure there is clean electricity available “when and where it’s needed”.

Electricity demand is on the rise with the uptake of electric cars on the rise, while many new homes and existing homeowners turn to low carbon heating, such as electric heat pumps.

As reported in the Financial Times, ‘the government said it was important to reassess the “governing institutions” that underpin the country’s energy system as it “undergoes a transformation equal to any it has undergone in the past” as Britain switches away from polluting fossil-fuel power stations to rely on more weather-dependent renewables such as wind and solar.’

Time for Change

In recent years, the National Grid’s role in electricity and gas infrastructure has come under government scrutiny given a conflict of interest over their ownership of electricity and gas infrastructure throughout the UK, and their work with subsea cables that trade electricity with France, Belgium and the Netherlands. Furthermore, ministers have already questioned the organisations’ involvement in overseeing the energy system, ever since the power cut that affected 1 million homes in England and Wales back in 2019.  

The National Grid’s electricity systems operation has previously been valued at £300m by Barclays.

Greener Energy Supply

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There is a string of new proposals currently being mooted to help connect the millions of electric vehicles that will be on UK roads in the future, with new regulations being suggested that aim to make it easy for electric cars to export electricity from their batteries back to the power grid or to property. As reported in The Guardian, the idea behind this is to ‘help large-scale and long-duration batteries play a role in storing renewable energy so that it is available when solar and wind power generation levels are low.’

As technology evolves, the government is looking to ensure our energy systems can cope with the demands of the future. Jonathan Brearley, Ofgem’s Chief Executive has said that the UK requires a ‘revolution’ in how we use electricity and that a new digital energy system is ‘essential’. 

Keep up to date with the latest industry news and insight via the Shenton Group blog.

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Shenton Group and EMS Group Partnership

Shenton Group has recently partnered up with the EMS Group and their dedicated experts in multidisciplinary environmental consultancy. As the UK’s leading technical experts in standby power, uninterruptible power supplies and combined heat and power systems, our new partnership will enable us to provide a more holistic offering to our loyal customers.

Our Unique Skillsets

With EMS’ environmental expertise and experience coupled with Shenton Group’s extensive technical knowledge, this partnership will provide customers with peace of mind that they are fulfilling their environmental compliance requirements.

A particular area of focus for us is the Medium Combustion Plant Directive (MCPD). The MCPD requires all new and existing Medium Combustion Plants (these including boilers, turbines and engines) with a rated thermal input between 1MWth and 50MWth to have a permit in place by the relevant deadline.

Our Goal

Our goal is to regulate and limit the emissions of certain pollutants from the combustion of fuels. The MCPD, mentioned above, regulates emissions of SO2, NOx and dust to air and requires the vigilant monitoring of carbon monoxide emissions (CO).

EMS’ hard-working team of environmental consultants can support you with your permit application and help you to understand your requirements better than ever. They also pride themselves on providing a diligent and proactive approach to all aspects of quality assurance for all their clients.


EMS support includes Envirocare. who are one of the leading UKAS and MCERTS recognised Environmental and Occupational Hygiene & Safety Consultancies. Their dedicated specialists will be on hand to ensure that you are complying with your MCPD permit by carrying out stack emissions testing. Envirocare has a team of highly dedicated industry experts who have excellent knowledge and a wealth of experience working in all sectors.

Our Partnership

Curtis Meek, the Sales & Marketing Director for Shenton Group expects great things from this partnership, especially the amazing environmental benefits to come from working together as a team.

“EMS has proven themselves to be market leaders in air and emissions services.  Shenton Group are delighted to partner with EMS as the value they can add to us, and our partners is unrivalled.”- C, Meek.

Rebecca Chapman, the Consultancy Manager at EMS says that she is looking forward to working more closely with the Shenton Group in the future.

“This is an exciting opportunity for both businesses. We are delighted to be partnering up with the Shenton Group and providing more customers with peace of mind that their environmental responsibilities are being managed.” – R, Chapman

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Electrical Systems: What is a Brownout?

Generally speaking, electricity supply exceeds demands, but when there is any disruption at power plants or the supply source it can lead to brownouts. With the installation of a UPS and backup generator, it is possible to avoid fluctuation issues such as brownouts or power surge and remove the reliance on electricity provided by the grid.

What is a Brownout?

A brownout occurs when the voltage dips below the usual mains supply level and can last from a few seconds to hours or even days. When the weather conditions worsen or there is a growth in power demands, the additional strain on the electricity network may result in a brownout. Intentional brownouts take place too, controlled by the National Grid when they are looking to ration supplies and prevent a possible blackout. The term brownout stems from incandescent lighting dimming as the voltage is reduced.

Brownout Indicators

Voltage reduction is often imposed to reduce load and prevent a power outage, with common signs of an electrical system brownout including:

  • Flickering lights
  • Electrical appliances switching off & on again
  • Intermittent internet connections
  • Disruption to air conditioning
  • Security system outage

What Causes a Brownout?

The demand for electricity is continuously fluctuating with power companies using their networks of generators, sub-stations and transformers to deliver electricity to their customers. Our power consumption as a nation varies and so the National Grid has a constant balancing act on its hands, sometimes leading to an unplanned outage, leaving affected homes and businesses without power.

The National Grid has previously shown strain due to power demand, with at least four market warning notices issued last winter, as seen in a report published in Bloomberg.

When the demand pushes the energy provider to capacity, the solution is to put an intentional limit on the flow of electricity, meaning the power continues to remain on but at lower voltage levels until the demand reduces. Brownouts can also occur as a result of damage or malfunction within the grid or at the power source. This is not ideal for businesses, healthcare facilities, finance companies or server locations that rely on continuous power. Fluctuations in power can cause equipment to malfunction. Loss of power to industries such as these can have disastrous effects on security, reputation and could be life-threatening.

Brownouts and Power Outages Caused by Weather


Planned outages are a lot easier for businesses and organisations to handle than an unforeseen dip or cut in electric power due to bad weather. In adverse weather conditions, there can be a huge surge in demand for power to keep homes warm and the lights on, and the power companies have to enforce brownouts to balance supply and prevent blackouts.

Equally, at the height of summer, air conditioning usage can shoot up causing a spike in the demand for power and energy providers may enforce voltage reductions until reserves are restored.

What’s the Difference Between a Brownout and Blackout?

Blackouts are when the power switches off completely, rather than a temporary reduction in voltage. 

Power cuts or blackouts are however often less damaging and disruptive than a brownout, because when devices continue to receive power at lower levels, some may malfunction. A reduced level of electric current may leave electronic devices like consoles, computers or televisions permanently damaged by fluctuations in electricity levels.

In the IT sector, it is paramount to protect IT loads and as such, a UPS and backup power supply are an ideal solution to bear the load should there be any issues with the National Grid. Uninterruptable power supplies (UPS) maintain the correct level of voltage when there are dips. In a brown out a UPS will take over and will ensure that your equipment has the required voltage to fully operate and will protect it from any disturbances, before potentially handing over the task to a generator.

Too much electrical load can also cause equipment to malfunction. A UPS also act as a surge protector for electronic equipment.

Put a Stop to Power Failure

Working with a huge variety of clients, the team at Shenton Group are well equipped to protect you from any power interruption. We assess your demands and put forward a plan so that in any outage, grid malfunction or temporary brownout scenario, is managed and your power supply protected. With uninterruptible power supply options available to monitor the electrical power, it is possible to prevent a surge or brownout and keep the lights, equipment and security measures on.

Shenton Group is the UK’s leading technical expert in standby power, uninterruptible power supplies, and combined heat and power, and we keep the power on and businesses operating.

Already have an existing generator or UPS on site? We offer maintenance services to ensure the battery and key components in your UPS system are prepared and all the elements of your backup generator primed and ready to go. Visit our maintenance section for more information.

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planning a resilient disaster recovery plan, including a business continuity plan. Alternatively, get in touch and speak to our technical experts. The Shenton Group team will be more than happy to assist you in putting a resilient plan in place and can explain all of the options available to you.

Minimise both power surge inconvenience and potential brownout damage with the help of Shenton Group. Get in touch today. 

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Dealing With an Electricity Power Cut

Most power cuts are unforeseen and until the electricity is cut off, many organisations do not appreciate the importance of electrical power. The vast majority of the time, power outages are a result of inclement weather such as a lightning strike damaging power lines, but there are countless other reasons why they occur. In these circumstances, it is important to have a plan in place to restore the power quickly.    

Power outages may be long or short term, therefore a process for when the electricity is cut off should involve a backup power source, especially for organisations reliant on continuous power.

Hiring a Generator in an Emergency

In the event of electricity power cut, a professional team such as Shenton Group will deliver a power solution to provide you with temporary power. Hiring a generator is a cost effective option for those who do not want the bigger outlay of purchasing one.

If you are planning to find a generator hire company to support you in the event of an electricity power cut, choose one who provides generator hire 24/7 and is available every day of the year. Unexpected power cuts are exactly that and can occur at any given moment, which means generator rental providers need to offer support around the clock.

Power Call – Nationwide Emergency Call out Generators

When your electricity is cut off, there is an option available without the outlay of a permanent on-site generator. With strategically placed depots throughout the country, a fast response time to a UK power cut is guaranteed with our Power Call service. Power Call is a unique service to Shenton Group customers that ensures you are not left without power for long periods of time, available for a small monthly fee.  

How Does It Work?

  • Once registered, a Shenton Group engineer will come to your site or facility and install a ‘plug-and-play’ manual generator connection and changeover system. This enables the generator to be quickly and easily set up once on site, providing power until the mains power returns.
  • For a fixed monthly fee, emergency call outs to unscheduled power cuts are unlimited.
  • A network control room manages all call-outs around the clock, co-ordinating delivery, connection, refuelling and the collection of the generator.

Power Call provides customers with support during an electricity power cut, equipping them with everything they need to remain operational but without breaking the bank.

Turnkey Temporary Power Solutions

When you need to act quickly to restore the power, having access to a turnkey solution is essential. Our dedicated team of specialists will be able to establish the exact solution required for your site. Better still, given their experience, the team will also recommend and provide all the temporary power equipment required including:

  • Transformers
  • Cables
  • Cable Protectors
  • Load banks
  • Fuel tanks
  • AMF

Temporary power solutions such as generators are classed according to kVA (Kilovolt-ampere). This is essentially an indication of the power output. 1 kVA will provide 1,000 volt-amps. At Shenton we provide the hire of standby and prime power generators from 30kVA up to 1250kVA, and can synchronise multiple generators for larger power requirements. This enables us to supply our clients with a suitably sized generator for their needs.

We are equipped to meet the demand of any bespoke residential, commercial, or heavy-duty applications 24/7, 365 days a year UK wide.

Regardless of where you are located in the UK, no matter how remote, we will deliver everything to your site and set it all up allowing you to focus on running your business.

Protection from Electricity Power Cuts

Aside from temporary backup power solutions, there is the option to install a permanent backup power supply, and for those who cannot afford any loss of power, UPS solutions. A UPS will help to protect expensive or essential equipment from losing power, acting as a bridge and providing valuable power whilst your generator starts up. Once the generator is up and running, the full electrical load is then switched to the generator. UPS solutions also offer the added bonus of stabilising the power supply, stopping power surges or spikes which can cause damage to equipment.

For those looking for a diesel standby generator, we are able to offer assistance for the full turnkey installation including:

  • Design
  • Manufacture
  • Project Management
  • Installation
  • Testing

We now also offer finance for UPS and generator installations, for those looking to have a generator on site to protect their assets from power cuts.

Prepared For the Unexpected

For that peace of mind when it comes to power, why not get in touch and discuss your requirements with the experts?

Our team can provide on-site solutions or a 24/7/365 guaranteed solution for prolonged power cuts throughout the UK. With a multitude of options to suit every location and budget, Shenton Group will help you find a suitable option to protect your organisation from electricity power cuts.

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UPS Backup Power Systems & the Importance of Maintenance

Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) Service & Maintenance plans include but are not limited to, device repairs, battery management, enclosure maintenance and power conversion optimisation.

To ensure our clients get support best suited to their needs, Shenton Group offers five levels of UPS maintenance, ranging from a simple one-off annual maintenance visit, to fully comprehensive 24/7/365 emergency cover. These maintenance options allow you to pick the right plan for your equipment and your budget. 

With a reputation of providing industry-leading technical expertise and customer service, Shenton Group breaks down their service levels into the following maintenance packages: 

  • Maxicare Plus
  • Power Care Premier
  • Power Care 24
  • Power Care
  • Power Care Lite

For a full overview of these packages and the protection they offer, check out our UPS Maintenance page. 

Prefer to speak to someone over the phone? Our service team is on hand to discuss each package in detail to ensure you will get the support you need for true peace of mind. 

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Home Backup Generators – Standby Power for Residential Property

Home backup generators are becoming more common with property owners using standby diesel generators to provide both heat and light and keep appliances running, homes secure and the internet on.

The demand for standby generators specified for high-end properties has more than doubled over the last decade. The unreliability of the National Grid has highlighted the need for alternative power options, and the ease to obtain an independent continuous power source has driven this increase. A standby generator provides protection for your home and family when the power goes out and Shenton Group is on hand to advise, install and maintain your diesel backup generator system.

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What Impact Will the Increasing Numbers of Electric Cars Have on the National Grid?

Electric car sales are on the rise, with more of us than ever before deciding to go green when it comes to motoring. While this is fantastic news for the environment, we ask what impact this Electric Vehicle (EV) uptake will have on the UK’s power network.

What Are the Energy Infrastructure Improvements Required to Cope With Electric Car Charging?

Targeted investment is required to ensure that drivers on the road are able to access suitable charging points when away from their home charger, especially on the motorway networks across the UK. Crucially, a lot of electricity infrastructure sits alongside our motorways for practical reasons.

As recently reported in Autocar, Graeme Cooper, National Grid’s project director for transport decarbonisation has said, “The government has a policy to ensure high-power on-route charging and has put £950 million of funding in place to make sure that every motorway service area in England will have adequate future-proof capacity for everyone to have clean transport.”

Spreading the Demand

In terms of the National Grid meeting the demand at the peak times of the day, mainly when commuters head home after work between 6pm and 8pm, there are also challenges to overcome. The Government’s EV Taskforce has made recommendations that car chargers are ‘smart by design’ meaning the charger will pause at peak times, when prices are highest, and then reconvene charging during quieter periods, but will importantly still fully charge the vehicle. When people re-charge their EVs and how they do it will have an effect on stabilising demand on the grid.

What is the Outcome if We Don’t Adapt Quickly Enough?

The government recently brought forward the deadline to ban the sale of combustion engine vehicles to 2030 leading to questions about the UK’s readiness to keep up with demand. Drivers of electric vehicles will need to be able to charge their vehicles while commuting, as well as at home. If the UK doesn’t prepare sufficiently for a surge in demand, there could be widespread power losses.

A recent report by the EV Energy Taskforce made it clear that the demand on electricity supplies would require careful management from the industry and ministers, or as reported by iNews, the National Grid would be unable to cope. Aside from more drivers wanting to charge their vehicles, many homes and buildings in the UK now have more reliance on heat fuelled by electricity, again driving the demand for more energy from a system not yet setup to cope.

Without a properly managed smart charging system for the ever-increasing numbers of electric vehicles, generators could fail. A recent example of a multiple generator failure was back in August 2019, causing chaos for millions of commuters, businesses and homeowners.

How Will the EV Charging Network Evolve?

It is yet to be seen how EV charging networks will evolve as more of us turn to electric car models, but many owners are likely to opt to allow third parties to manage their vehicle charging, if they do not have access to a charge point at home for instance. This third party element adds to the risk of power cuts with charge point operators potentially changing the charging rates of too many EVs at once, leaving the electricity system unable to respond and electricity supplies ultimately lost.

Avoiding issues such as this is wholly reliant on proper grid management, smart charging and vehicle to grid technology at times when supply is low, or there is surplus supply available to sell back to the grid during peak times.

Shenton Group are in the process of reviewing our fleet of vehicles and moving across to electric. There are plans to put charging points at our offices to allow for charging out of peak times also providing electricity at a much cheaper rate. This is just one of the many ways we are moving towards a more sustainable future. After all, our tag line is “Power with Responsibility”.

Can Your Business Cope With Power Cuts?

At Shenton Group, we support businesses and organisations to ensure that they have a constant power supply, even in the event of a power outage. Whether you need a generator onsite, a UPS system or a call out service that provides power quickly, we are here to help. By having a plan in place to protect your business’s vital electricity supply, you can continue to operate as normal should the mains power fail.

With more strain expected to be placed on the National Grid to support the constantly changing EV charging infrastructure, and the change to a greener energy supply, don’t risk being left in the dark. Speak to Shenton Group about the measures we can put in place to secure your power, and discuss today the options available to ensure tomorrow is a greener and brighter future.

What are you waiting for? Get in touch and speak to the UK’s leading technical experts!

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What is Low Voltage Switchgear?

We explore what low voltage switchgear (lv switchgear) is, the importance of regular servicing of equipment and the protection that LV switchgear offers.

What is Switchgear?

The main functions of lv switchgear are to provide-

  • Electrical Protection
  • Electrical Isolation of installations, circuits and equipment
  • Local or remote switching

Switchgear systems connected to the electric supply system, de-energise equipment for maintenance, and defect testing. Without switchgear in place, whenever there is a short circuit or failure on the power system, a heavy current runs through the electric equipment, damaging the equipment and disrupting the end user.

Switchgear is used in electric utility transmission and distribution systems at commercial or industrial facilities of varying size. The safety standards for electrical switchgear are defined by IEC in Europe.

LV Switchgear

Low voltage switchgear is rated up to 1KV and consists of low voltage switches, earth leakage circuit breakers, HRC fuses, electrical isolators, Air circuit breakers (ACB), Moulded case circuit breakers (MCCB) and miniature circuit breakers (MCB).

With LV switchgear, electrical appliances are safeguarded against short circuit and overload by an electrical circuit breaker, but the operator is not protected against internal faults. By using an earth leakage circuit breaker, which detects leakage current, operators will be guarded as the appliance is disconnected before any harm is done.

Low Voltage Switchgear Equipment

LV Switchgear Offers Electrical Protection

A key function of low voltage switchgear is to provide electrical protection against thermal and mechanical stresses of short circuit currents. This is crucial in limiting the dangerous consequences of excessive currents and separating the defective current from the rest of the installation. LV switchgear provides protection to human operatives and appliances such as electric motors.

Using LV Switchgear for Isolation Purposes

Isolation allows for the separation of a circuit or apparatus from an energised system, so that the isolated part can be worked on or maintained in safety.

Local and Remote Control Utilising a LV Switchgear

Having switchgear control allows the operator to modify a loaded system for the purpose of functional control and emergency switching. Operators can energise or de-energise a part of an electrical system or even an individual piece of equipment. It also allows for an emergency stop, when a live circuit has become dangerous.

Maintenance Services for LV Switchgear

Regular services of any make and size of low voltage switchgear should be scheduled to ensure reliable ongoing operation. The team at Shenton Group carry out annual maintenance work, or one-off servicing for LV switchgear including a visual inspection, clean and lubrication.

Contact our team for further information, or to speak to us about ongoing maintenance services.

Examples of Switchgear

Switchgear is a combination of fuses, electrical disconnect switches or breakers, which isolate, protect and control electrical equipment. Examples of switchgear include:

  • Fuses
  • Switches
  • Relays
  • Isolators
  • Circuit breakers
  • Contactors

Shenton Group recently carried out a low voltage switchgear project in London Docklands, and another in Liverpool for a telecoms company. If you require support, advice or are keen to start a project involving low voltage switchgear, then get in touch today.

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