Avoiding the arcs and sparks
Avoiding the arcs and sparks with David Bradley
- David Bradley’s talk investigates the methods of connecting Critical Loads to bus-bars. One method of connection is done using Open Channel Busway systems, which gives the user the ability to access power anywhere along the bus-bar. The access points are either easily fitted tap-off units or traditional Power Distribution Units.
- David will then follow the LV power train through to MV. He will be looking at integration of both the Switchgear and Bus-bar. This combination allows manufacture as one completely integrated and tested system. He will also look at the advantages of ‘skids’ and pre–fabrication.
- Finally he will look at the benefits of BIM (Building Information Modelling) and how it helps in the design process. David will be using Revit® software in his demonstration of BIM. Revit’s powerful tools use intelligent model-based process to plan, design, construct and manage buildings and infrastructure.
David Bradley is a member of both the IET and CIBSE whose career spans 28 years in Electrical Engineering with the majority of his time spent with Schneider Electric. He is currently working at E+I Engineering; a leading provider of Electrical Switchgear and Power Distribution Systems.
Continuing Professional Development
This event can contribute towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme.
19 Feb 2019
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Buckinghamshire Local Network
Registration is recommended but not essential.
Reasons to attend
Avoiding the arcs and sparks with David Bradley's talk on Critical Load Management. A look at how to easily connect major loads and also minimise installation times.
- Doors open 6 pm
- Light refreshments
- Talk starts 6.30 pm
- Talk finishes by 8.30 pm