Primary engineering:

Definition:

The term “primary engineering” consists of the two word components “primary” and “engineering”.

The term “primary” can be derived from electrical engineering, since in electrical engineering devices of a network that are directly adjacent to a voltage to be reshaped are referred to as primary devices. It is also referred to as an adjacent “primary tension”.

The word part “Engineering” only brings the planning component (“to engineer” = plan, construct) into the word.

Overview of primary engineering:

The tasks in primary engineering are to create 3D, location, plant overview, floor plan plans, etc. The calculation of statics of the individual devices is also part of the primary engineering.

The plans are created using various drawing software such as AutoCAD. These are then sent to the construction site for execution or to the competent authority for approval, depending on the purpose.

In order to be able to guarantee the safety of the systems even in the “worst-case case”, the statics are then calculated after the plans have been drawn up. This is usually done by certain additional tools in the drawing software.

Based on many years of experience in the field of primary engineering, Cteam Anlagentechnik GmbH can already draw on a comprehensive database of drawing templates.

Cteam Anlagentechnik GmbH provides services for open-air switchgear and indoor systems in primary engineering.

By using the latest software, continuously optimizing processes and continuously qualifying the employees, you make the right decision with Cteam Anlagentechnik GmbH as a partner.

Applications

  • Exterior switchgear
  • Interior switchgear

Tools

  • AutoCAD 2019
  • Acrobat X Pro

Services

  • Zoning plan
  • Switchgear overview
  • Calculations
  • Lightning protection examinations
  • Floor plan
  • Field cuts
  • Cable route plans
  • Earth line plan
  • Lighting plan
  • Supporting construction drawing
  • Scaffolding drawing
  • List of terminals and devices
Equipment

  • Distribution systems (substations,
    switching stations, switchboards)
  • Consumer facilities
  • Producer plants