Substations receive high-voltage power from stations and grids via the overhead lines of transmission systems. It’s here, at the substation, where voltage levels are transformed before continuing on through the power network. From the substation, lower voltage power continues through the distribution lines of the network—the last step in powering the places where we live, work, and play.
Substations come in many shapes and sizes, all purposed for switching, protecting, controlling, and transforming the power voltage that passes through. KMTC provides the following services for a safely erected and equally protected substation:
All substation construction is completed by KMTC’s trained and experienced people with KMTC’s independently owned and maintained equipment.
Transmission Lines transmit high-voltage power from the source to regionally and locally established substations. From these substations, reduced voltage is distributed to wired establishments via underground and overhead distribution lines. A sound distribution line network is the final key component for successfully accessing the power grid and powering our nation’s homes, schools, offices, storefronts, etc.
Electrical distribution projects can be large or small — either way, you’ll need a safe and reliable electrical contractor that can complete all aspects of the project quickly and efficiently. KMTC provides all equipment and the following services for power line distribution projects:
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