Airports and

Customer challenges
at airports and heliports

Airports are among the most demanding applications in terms of operational reliability and availability. The electrical system of an airport consists of different sub-systems, each designed to ensure smooth flow of passengers, planes, and luggage. Any interruption in one or more of these sub-electrical systems affects the service quality and passenger comfort. In the presence of harmonic distortions produced by non-linear loads, operational reliability and availability cannot be guaranteed.

Applications such as air traffic control stations, lighting (landing, guidance, terminal, and more), emergency loads, chillers and pumps fed with Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs), conveyors, elevators, and escalators with variable speed drives, etc.

Merus® Solutions improving power quality
at airports and heliports

  • Reliable operation of critical airport processes
  • Higher service quality and low operational costs
  • Energy savings
  • Extended lifetime of electrical equipment
  • Possibility to add more loads without extra investment
  • Compliance with grid codes including IEEE 519, G5/4, EN 50160, and also other power quality standards and regulations
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