Prokuma can deliver power designs for your plant including:

· Main service gear ·
· Auxilliary distribution gear ·
· Backup generation with clean UPS and transfer switch ·
· Bus tie systems ·
· Transformer load sharing ·
· Cable tray routing ·
· Feeder sizing/routing ·
· Power factor correction ·


Prokuma can deliver control panel designs and customizations for your plant including:

· Hazardous locations (Class I, II, III, Divisions I and II) ·
· UL 508A designs ·
· Multi-drive systems ·
· Distributed/Standalone PLC systems ·
· Safety systems ·
· Operator control stations ·


Short-Circuit Analysis

Without conducting a short-circuit analysis, you cannot know for sure if your protection devices are rated to properly protect personnel and equipment. Prokuma can model your system and determine the worst-case short-circuit current available each protection device. This will insure that when a fault occurs, your protective device will be ready.


After performing a short-circuit analysis on your system, coordination is the next step. By properly coordinating protective devices, it is much more likely that a fault will be isolated without tripping unnecessary upstream equipment. We can help you determine the appropriate circuit breaker settings to achieve these results.



Poor power quality can be created by the introduction of various harmonics into your plants power system. This can be troublesome for network equipment, motors, and other devices. We can analyze your power and determine the quality.


After performing a power quality analysis, our engineers can help you determine the appropriate corrective actions to reduce harmonics and voltage sag/swells.

Arc Flash

Hazard Analysis

Arc flash hazards have gained a lot more attention over the past decade. After performing a short-circuit analysis and coordinating your protective devices, we can perform an arc flash hazard analysis. This will help you protect your employees from serious danger when working in the vacinity of electrical equipment.


Some measures can be taken to reduce the incident energy during an arc flash including the use of current-limiting fuses, adopting remote racking procedures, and altering transformer impedances to name a few.

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