Pharmed & Healthcare Vietnam 2023German Exhibitors ESA Elektroschaltanlagen Grimma GmbH

ESA Elektroschaltanlagen Grimma GmbH

Booth number: G13
www.esa-grimma.de

About us

ESA Elektroschaltanlagen Grimma GmbH with over 300 employees, is one of the largest owner-managed, medium-sized companies in the Leipzig district in Germany.

Our competencies lie in the development, planning, project management and production of:

  • Components and solutions for safe power supply in medical facilities

  • Low-voltage switchgear

  • Distribution and control systems

  • Operating and residual current measuring devices

  • Electrical point heating systems for railways

  • CAD-based copper processing of busbars

  • Advice on the planning of investments in the above-mentioned areas

  • Sheet metal production and powder coating

Since 2002, production, engineering, service and administration have been united at one location in Grimma.

The development department is located in Leipzig. Today, we manufacture on a production area of 9,700 sqm on the basis of the DIN ISO 9001 quality management system.

today, around 300 people are employed at the Grimma site.

technical basis allows us to even large-scale projects in shortest possible time.

IPS for areas used for medical purposes DIN VDE 0100, Part 710 and IEC 60364-7-710

Professional competence and experience

industrial production based on a certified quality management system according to DIN ISO 9001

continuous product development

sheet metal production and powder coating plant

low-voltage switchgear and controlgear assemblies up to 7,000 A busbars rated current

planning, project planning and project management

Address

ESA Elektroschaltanlagen Grimma GmbH
Broner Ring 30
04668 Grimma
Germany

Phone:  +49 3437 92110

Products & Services

Other Equipment & Products
Hospital – Clinic Facility
Medical Equipment & Devices

IT system distribution board IPS-ICU-710 modular

  • switchover and monitoring device UEI-710

  • with Insulation fault detection system

  • IT system transformer in separate transformer box

  • compact design of the distribution boards with isolating transformers in separate transformer box, switchover and IT system monitoring

  • low overall heights: control cabinet 1400 mm, transformer box 600 mm

  • transformer box can be installed under or remotely separated from the control cabinet

  • maintenance optimization by insulation fault detection system IFS

  • switchover and monitoring device UEI-710 with load unit and IT system transformer (3.15…8 kVA, foreign countries 10 kVA)

  • low space requirement in the LV control room, simplified transport

    residual current, operating current and power monitoring with the RCM product range and the WebVisEC® system

  • localisation of faults without shutdown

  • early warning of system faults

  • avoidance of costly or dangerous plant failures

  • Increasing the availability of the plants

IPS-ICU Serie 710 modular

The insulated power system for operating rooms and intensive care units IPS-ICU is used for the supply of medical locations of group 2.
The IPS isolating transformer is installed in a separate transformer box. The transformer box can be mounted on the distribution cabinet (standing cabinet) or set up separately from the distribution cabinet (wall cabinet).

IPS-ICU Serie 710 modular

Residual Current, Operating Current and Output Monitoring with the WebVisEC® Monitoring System

Detecting operating current forms the basis for assessing energy management systems because multi-channel monitoring equipment (with connectable or built-in current transformers) are mounted in distribution boards on standardised top-hat rails. They are used in TN and TT systems for operating current measurement and even in IT systems.

Residual Current, Operating Current and Output Monitoring with the WebVisEC® Monitoring System

Annunciator and control devices in the system HospEC®

Information concerning the total system – from medical to building technical
view – has to be provided to the user centrally and decentrally and assigned
to individual areas. Operations have to be executed on these panels as well.
As the staff in hospitals has to deal with lots of information the whole time the
display of the annunciator and control systems has to follow the principle of “as
less as possible”.

Annunciator and control devices in the system HospEC®

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