ESE are happy to have invested in a new partial discharge monitor, that gives you the best early warning indicator of electrical insulation failure within your network. Partial discharge is localised electrical discharge that only partially bridges the insulation between conductors and which can or cannot occur adjacent to a conductor. It is caused by defects and degradation of medium and high voltage electrical insulation. This activity will eventually lead
ESE restore power back to major holiday park after receiving a breakdown call in the night. As one of our maintenance customers, ESE quickly attended site to assess the breakdown. An Engineer from our Leeds office was deployed, The fault on the network was found on an LV cable powered by one of customers priority high voltage substations. The engineers battled the weather to isolate and test to find the
ESE to exhibit at All Energy Expo 2018 ESE Ltd are pleased to be exhibiting at the All Energy Expo in Glasgow on May 2nd and 3rd. Come and visit us on stand J62 to discuss all your electrical infrastructure requirements and collect your free goody bag. We look forward to seeing you there!
ESE continue to work with the UK Largest Caravan Holiday Park company, to continue a revamp to their existing High Voltage networks. Working along side the holiday park, we decided to upgrade the high voltage equipment at two more of their park locations. These locations are two of the biggest holidays parks in the UK, and it is vital for the electricity supply not to be disrupted in working hours.
Caravan Park Gets Electrical Revamp ESE work with UK Largest Caravan Holiday Park company to complete a revamp to their existing High Voltage network. Working with the holiday park it was decided to upgrade the oldest substation on site and replace the outdated Long and Crawford T4GF3 with a new 4 panel Eaton Xiria. The oldest transformer on site was also removed and replaced with a new ESE 11kV Tier
ESE Restore Vandalised Site. ESE were called out to a site in Bolton to inspect the high voltage network after unwanted visitors vandalised site. The vandalism resulted in the site having no power, and the high voltage equipment being damaged. When ESE attended site the majority of the high & low voltage cables had been removed, and the transformer and switchgear had been badly vandalised. ESE removed all the vandalised