Design of electrical panels

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Engineering and design of electrical panels for electrical applications, power, automation and process control.

We base our engineering work on the applicable regulations governing each project and on operational considerations.

We conduct a detailed study of each electrical panel seeking maximum functionality, especially focusing on ease of maintenance and possible future enhancements. Mechanical design of housings, whether custom-made or commercial range, with optimization of the interior space.

Benefits provided by the specialised design of electrical panels:

  • Panels designed by experts
  • Optimisation of space inside the housing
  • Detailed functional study
  • Anticipation of enlargements
  • Designed with ease of maintenance in mind
  • Cost savings
  • Optimisation of own resources


Specialised engineering skills regarding the adaptation and extension of electrical panels to revamp production lines.

We study the electrical panels that are to be adapted in detail to take full advantage of existing components and space. We design the new panels, columns or remote cabinets that need to be added and cooperate in their assembly or adaptation on site.

Revamping lengthens the life of electrical panels by incorporating modern components: speed controllers, PLCs...


In the industrial sector, processes and systems are becoming more and more standardised. Standardisation in the field of engineering offers great advantages when planning extensions as it makes it possible to plan new facilities speedily and economically. Furthermore, the maintenance of a standardised facility is easier and more economical; standardization makes it easier to identify faults and correct them more quickly.

The standardised design of electrical panels achieves a uniform composition of the panels in an industrial plant, facility or machine.

The standardisation of panels makes it possible to plan new projects or extensions more quickly as all projects are based on standard equipment. The engineering for new projects or extensions can be prepared more quickly, making it possible to reduce study time when submitting new projects and bids.

Standardisation will also make it possible to achieve better prices from suppliers and a more speedy response.

During the after sales and maintenance period, maintenance experts will be able to respond to possible faults speedily and accurately; offering customers maximum availability of their equipment.

  • Reduction in design time
  • Faster bidding process
  • Better prices from suppliers
  • Improved after-sales service
  • Speedy troubleshooting
  • Maximum availability of facilities, equipment or machines