Ensuring the safe stopping and transfer of carried power, the panels are an indispensable main part of the electrical system.

Panels are like the heart of a body. Just as the organs of a body are nourished by the controlled rhythms of the heart, the panels in buildings are nourished by their controls. They carry out their duties continuously.

Panels are an inevitable need in every voltage group. Panels are made of metal and PVC-based materials. They are classified according to the environment they are in, their size, internal structure, and plaster code. They are generally classified according to the working environment as external, internal, and special panels. External environment panels are manufactured with protection against water and dust, and if the body is made of steel, they are protected against corrosion. Special panels can be manufactured as PVC or steel bodies with features of being leak-proof against gas, liquid, and dust. Internal environment panels are the most commonly used panel group. International standards develop various conditions to ensure the manufacturing quality and functional continuity of the panels. Therefore, the production of panels that have a type test requires more attention and effort than other panels.

  • Dikili type panels
  • Modular panels
  • Standard and custom-sized panels
  • Flush-mounted and surface-mounted panels
  • Curtain sheet panels
  • Floor sheet panels
  • Transfer panels
  • Synchronization panels
  • Compensation panels
  • Piano-type panels
  • Automatic control panels
  • Individual machine panels
  • Hydrophore panels
  • Fire pump panels
  • Well motor panels
  • Special purpose fan pump panels
  • Automatic switch boxes.