Schneider Electric has opened in the Leningrad plant electrical

The company Schneider Electric — one of the world leaders in the field of energy management — has officially opened the plant "ElektroMonoblok" Kommunar in the Leningrad region. The plant produced compact switchgear gas-insulated switchgear series RM6.

Investment in the construction of the plant "ElektroMonoblok" Schneider Electric’s project with a capacity of 6 million units per year was more than 10 million euros.

"The plant" ElektroMonoblok "the most modern technologies: robotic welding, automated process of sealing and insulating gas filling. At each step, the rigid quality control standards Schneider Electric. On the opening day at the plant was running second robotic processing facility, which completed the technological equipment of the plant, " — Said in a statement.

The plant’s products have passed the necessary testing and certification. Today, equipment RM6, produced in the Communards already comes Schneider Electric to customers in more than 20 regions of Russia. In the future, breaded supply equipment manufactured at the plant "ElektroMonoblok" in the CIS countries.
The plant "ElektroMonoblok" in Kommunar became the third private company Schneider Electric plant in Russia. In Kommunar plant "ElektroMonoblok" produces compact switchgear gas-insulated switchgear series RM6.

"New Works" ElektroMonoblok "in the Leningrad region — an example of how innovative technologies are helping to solve major problems of the Russian power grid infrastructure. The result of investments of more than EUR 10 million has high tech production, which meets the standards Schneider Electric, the most modern plants of its kind in the world of Schneider Electric. The main objective of the new plant — to promote the reconstruction and modernization of the Russian power grids. Gas-insulated one-piece RM6, which are produced at the plant "ElektroMonoblok", will be part of this important process, "- said the president of Schneider Electric in Russia, Jean-Louis Stasi.

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