Phoenix Electric has the engineering know-how and manufacturing flexibility to provide — in small volumes — specialized products to address a variety of highly specialized utility and industrial power applications up to 38KV. Phoenix has been designing specialty switchgear for more than 20 years and has built units of extreme size, weighing in excess of 30,000 pounds and measuring up to 18 feet high, 40 feet long, and 8 feet wide.

So, whether you need to connect new equipment to existing equipment, accommodate special component arrangements in confined spaces, or refurbish older equipment – Phoenix will custom tailor a solution to your specific needs.

This process includes: a complete assessment of the electrical and mechanical requirements for the switchgear; a site visit; recommendations (including conceptual design and project scope); finalization of design and specifications; scheduling, project management, assembly, testing, and commissioning.

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