Neville Hill Depot – 850V Shore Supplies


November 2011 - June 2016


Galliford Try / Network Rail

Key Project Features

  • 2000kVA 11,000/850V Transformer
  • 850V 3-Phase MCCB Switchboard c/w IT Earth Resistor
  • 5No 850V 1-Phase Lineside Pillars
  • 5No 850V 1-Phase Ground Boxes
  • 5No 850V 1-Phase Plug/Sockets
  • Shore Supply Control System
  • Earthing & Bonding

Description of Project

The project consisted of the removal & replacement of electrical distribution equipment & cabling relating to the existing 850V Shore Supply installation that was well beyond its usable life.

The installation generally comprised of new transformer, switchboard, lineside pillars, ground boxes, plug/sockets & all associated cabling.

Design Services Provided

  • Survey of existing electrical distribution
  • Designs produced using the design process as defined in NR/SP/CIV/003 Form 001 to 003
  • Design of new electrical distribution system to accommodate 5no new 850V Shore Supplies
  • Design of new UTX & troughing routes
  • Upgrade of the existing Earthing & Bonding system in accordance with NR/SP/ELP/21085
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