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Standard design for motor control centres improves quality

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NOJA Power has entered the motor control centre market with a standardised product designed to increase quality and reliability.

Motor control centre switchboards have traditionally been custom designed and manufactured.

This process lengthens the time it takes to deliver a final product and ultimately affects the overall build quality.

NOJA Power has introduced a completely standardised design to eliminate these shortcomings.

Before construction starts, a full set of engineering drawings are designed and approved.

The metalwork is then manufactured with all holes and slots and then painted.

The motor control drive modules are pre-designed and wired on a production line. These are standard units that are installed into the switchboard off the shelf.

The customer simply specifies the size of drive required - there is no need to custom design the wiring. NOJA Power uses the same, proven, switchgear modules each time.

NOJA says the modules are made in batches, each wired the same way, and any mistakes are rectified at the module testing phase, rather than after installing into the switchboard.

Rather than try and force a custom design into a standard switchboard, NOJA Power strongly feels standard board designs should be fitted with standard, pre-designed modules. As a result customers can expect a high level of reliability and quality.

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