The most appropriate method to compensate for reactive power consumed by electric motors and transmission lines in distribution and transmission networks, is to utilize capacitor banks. In essence, capacitors increase the current-carrying capacity of the system. By adding capacitor banks, you can raise an additional load to the system without altering the apparent power.
Panusan Electricity manufactures MV (Medium Voltage) capacitor banks as well as HV (High Voltage) for installation of transmission and distribution networks, including mobile and conventional capacitor banks.
The production, installation, and commissioning of capacitor banks vary with the capacity of 1.2, 2.4, 4.8 Mvar among Panusan’s product range.