Arteche equipment is approved all over Middle East

10/31/2018
We have a growing presence in the region, with an office and a solid distributor and representative network in Middle East
Arteche equipment is approved all over Middle East

Middle East is a strategic market for the Arteche Group. Our presence in the region has grown in the recent years, with the establishment of our Dubai office 5 years ago. We have solidified our distributor & representative networks in the GCC countries with very active participation in the Electricity segment.

Therefore, this presence enables us to offer close attention and respond to the needs of the sector in the region. Because of this, we have the trust of major companies, such as: MEW, KNPC, KOC, SEC / National Grid, DEWA, KNPC, OETC or PDO, among others.

Find out our latest news regarding our Instrument Transformers up to 800kV during the Cigré GCC. Ask the Dubai office team about our Current Transformers, Inductive Voltage Transformers and Capacitive Voltage Transformers. All of them have been recently approved by SEC / National Grid, the Saudi Electricity Company.

In our stand E18, we will showcase our Trip, Supervision and Auxiliary relays. They are present in highly demanding environments around the world. They also have been approved by the main Middle East Electricity companies. Altogether with our test blocks, they form part of some major projects in the region, such as the Seith Al Dahal photovoltaic plant.

We are also promoting our Capacitor bank solutions for power quality improvement applications in Electrical Substations, PV plants and Wind farms, for the 11kV up to 132kV. We have been steadily building our footprint in the GCC region, with references in UAE, Egypt, Jordan & Oman.

Ask our team about some of our milestones projects in the scope of the IEC 61850 Process Bus Solutions.

  • Stattnet uses our non-conventional instrument transformers (NCIT), Merging Unit and Stand Alone Merging Unit (SAMU). It has clear benefits in terms of safety, reduction of wiring complexity and, ultimately, cost. 
  • The protection of mixed high voltage lines can be dramatically simplified thanks to our solutions, already adopted by companies such as RTE. 

Meet the Dubai office team from 11th to 13th November at booth E18, and discover our solutions during the Cigré GCC event. It will be an excellet opportunity to share experiences and knowledge, and to move forward together.