Load center evaluations

We perform measurements in the main supply to know the behavior of your plant (voltage, current, harmonics, etc.)

In order to perform the Arc flash study, it is necessary to have previously performed the short circuit study. In turn, for the coordination of protections it is necessary to know the short circuit level.

Short circuit study

We perform three-phase fault simulations, line to ground fault, line to line fault and line to line to ground fault. This allows us to know the short circuit currents at each point of the system, for half-cycle and 5-cycle asymmetrical currents, as well as initial and steady-state symmetrical currents.

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Protection coordination study

When starting an installation it is necessary to perform a short-circuit evaluation to know the capacities of the equipment to be installed. In addition to determine the fuses and thermomagnetic switches required for proper operation.

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Arc Flash Study

This risk assessment analysis complements the scopes of the Protection Coordination Study. It evaluates the conditions of the power plant according to NFPA 70E-2018 standards.

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What does this study do?

These studies are required for compliance with the Network Code. At Diram we offer a wide variety of services and studies for companies and end users.

We make measurements in the main connection to know the behavior of your plant (voltage, current, harmonics, etc) and make a survey of the installed. We make measurements in the circuits, analyze the processes and production lines in your plant.


  • We offer a wide range of services and studies for load centers.
  • We perform the evaluation according to the criteria of the Grid Code.
  • Avoid CENACE fines by being in compliance.
  • If you need energy saving equipment to meet regulatory requirements we provide it.
  • We provide recommendations and best practices to maintain optimal operation.
  • By performing these studies we gather valuable information about your operation to support you quickly in case of any unforeseen future events.

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