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10kV switchyard, also known as 10kV switching station, is a place for 10kV power distribution, which is a link between the distribution power supply (110kV or 35kV substation) and the distribution network (10kV ring network). It is the extension of 10kV busbar for power the distribution, to increase the number of distribution power supplies. The application of switchyards has solved the problem of insufficient number of outgoing lines of 110kV and 35kV substations and restricted outlet corridors, reducing the number of cables on the same route, saving the investment, and making the city distribution network more flexible and reliable, and thus optimizing the network structure.
The company's 10 KV switchyard products are widely used in the vast number of transmission and distribution networks thanks to their excellent performances, design specifications, and nice appearance. The doors are opened in the one-way or three-way mode; the exterior can made of high-quality stainless steel, color steel or environmentally friendly materials. It is possible to combine them into vacuum circuit breaker and sulfur hexafluoride ring network counters or all-sulfur hexafluoride ring network counters, which are flexible for combination, and fully functional. The housing has high protection grade, and good rainproof performance, which is up to IP33D. Prefabricated live silicone rubber cable heads are used, fully sealed, fully insulated, maintenance-free, to reliably ensure personal safety; compact structure, small and beautiful appearance, stainless steel double-layer housing, a service life of more than twenty years; regional power maintenance can be achieved under the premise of generating no adverse impact on the main network operation, reducing the power outage range; both one or multiple SF6 load switches can be configured. With flexible wiring, it allows up to eight up branches; arrester, short-circuit fault indicator, and current limiting fuses are also available options, to meet the various requirements of users