HRT entrusts HELB with the delicate task of the redundant UPS power supply Master reconstruction

As part of long-term cooperation with the Croatian Radio and Television, HELB has completed another successful and interesting project. It was the reconstruction of electrical installations of redundant UPS power supply of the Master in the House of HRT in Zagreb, which included replacements and reconstructions of technological electrical installations and distributors that supply the Master’s space and technological lighting in the Master.

The specificity of the project is that the entire work was done during the night and on weekends because it was necessary to ensure the smooth operation of other devices and equipment in the space during the works. As this is an extremely important technological space that is in function 24/7, it was necessary to prepare all new installations and devices during the night and connect them to the newly assembled installations, with the agreed intensity, repeatedly and for a longer period of time. Also, it was necessary to make temporary power supplies to the premises and devices to ensure the uninterrupted operation of existing consumers in the system of preparation, production, and broadcasting of TV programs.

HELB’s scope of work included dismantling and electrical work, planning, manufacturing of equipment, power distribution, distribution cabinets, installations, automation of technological switchboards, construction work and testing. The complete technical documentation of the installed equipment was delivered, as well as detailed electrical documentation of the “as performed” condition with all the necessary details and schemes.


November 19, 2020

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