Actemium Heavy Industries to provide Turnkey projects for Ferrous

Actemium will provide the 138kV switching and transforming substations to the Viga mine in Congonhas (Vertentes Field).

Actemium Heavy Industries to provide Turnkey projects for Ferrous

The company is responsible for the turnkey supply of the 138kV hybrid substation, 138kV yard equipment, 01 25MVA, 138kV/13,8KV transformer, medium voltage panels, protection panels, automation, electrical room, assembly, commissioning, start-up, assisted operation and training.

Strategic plan for increasing iron ore extraction

The solution provided by Actemium will form part of Ferrous’ investment for increasing iron ore production in 4 million tons per year (4MTPY)

Real time data reliability and performance

The power automation system will be based on the SISNERGY System, which is installed in Brazil’s main power concessionaires and includes protocol IEC 61850 as well as features that guarantee the correct integration of the protection and control system, and it is further capable of making use of solutions by any manufacturer for the correct monitoring of the substation.

Portfolio in Brazil

From among the solutions supplied by the company in Brazil, we would like to highlight the following:

  • Vale – Brucutú Project – 230kV Sectioning SE 230Kv and 230kV LT (Transmission Line)
  • Vale – Vargem Grande Project – SE 345 kV, LT 345 kV, SE 138 kV and LT 138kV
  • Samarco – P4P project – SE 138kV
  • CSN – Porto Itaguaí Project – SE 138kV
  • KINROSS – Paracatú Project – SE 500kV and SE 230kV
  • Vale – Conceição Project – 04 13.8kV Electrical Rooms

 Actemium in Brazil

The company develops customized solutions to attend to the specific needs of its clients, and it is a key partner in the construction of solutions for the growing demand for increased efficiency and cost savings. Analysis, production optimization and maintenance processes are as much in the limelight as the development of innovative projects.

Contact: brasil@actemium.com

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