The R&B Switchgear Group comprises a number of individual companies with common ownership strategically located throughout the UK and USA.
R&B Switchgear Group specialises in the design and build of bespoke MV and LV Switchboards and the site installation, maintenance and repair of HV, MV and LV Switchgear and associated equipment.
Our in-house design and development department embark on challenging retrofit solutions for ageing, worn out, damaged or obsolete circuit breakers and switchboards. We also offer a design solution department for upgrading and replacing obsolete protection relays, control relays and any other switchgear related products which our customers need to upgrade or replace.
Our dedicated team of electrical and mechanical CAD engineers provide all the related drawings to enable on-site modifications are carried out with full transparency and precision.
As a group, we provide our services in a prompt and efficient manner in accordance with the expectations of the industry's leading governing bodies, and are accredited to ISO 9001, FPAL and Link-up standards.
We have a global client base which comprises many of the world's largest blue-chip companies and our service has been recognised as being one of the most dependable and professional in the market.
LV & MV SWITCHGEAR
Here at R&B Switchgear we not only design, manufacture, install and commission electrical switchgear, tailor made to suit the individuals requirements, but furthermore we supply our highly skilled on site maintenance, test and repair specialists to keep the customers equipment in a fully operational condition.
Our MM74/Gerapid retrofit, High Speed DC circuit breakers are suitable for protection of mains and semiconductors in a variety of railway and industrial applications. The breakers come with operating currents up to 8,000A and operating voltages up to 1,500V
Thermal Imaging has been one of the most preventative maintenance techniques to have established itself in the electrical industry.
The technique includes measurement of actual temperatures of apparatus during normal operating conditions and our experience is used to evaluate whether the equipment is operating within it's temperature range or whether an underlying fault is present which could result in eventual breakdown and risk of fire.
Our partner companies support our offshore division by providing the
equipment, spares, and back-up engineering services, ensuring we
deliver a cost-effective service and extend the life of existing
Manufactured at our workshops in the UK, our products are built to
offshore standards and approved by Lloyds and DNV.