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The PFI panel uses capacitors to improve the power factor by adding a leading current to the system, which compensates for the lagging current caused by inductive loads such as motors, transformers, and other equipment.

The PFI panel typically includes a set of capacitors, a control system, and metering devices. The capacitors are connected to the electrical system to add a leading current and improve the power factor. The control system monitors the power factor and activates or deactivates the capacitors as needed to maintain a desired power factor. Metering devices such as ammeters and voltmeters provide real-time monitoring of the power factor and other electrical parameters.

The PFI panel also includes protection devices, such as overcurrent protection, earth-fault protection, and residual current protection, that are designed to protect the electrical system and equipment from damage in case of faults or overloads.

In summary, Power Factor Improvement Panel (PFI) is a device that uses capacitors to improve the power factor of an electrical system by adding a leading current to the system. It typically includes capacitors, control system, metering devices and protection devices to monitor the power factor and protect the electrical system from damage. This panel is used in commercial and industrial settings where a high level of power factor is essential to reduce energy costs and increase the efficiency of the electrical system.

Enclosure Details

Enclosure Details

Our panels and distribution board comply with standard IEC 60439-1, DIN VDE 0660 1.500 SECTION 8.3 and all their mechanical and operating characteristics expressed in accordance to the standard.


  • Our panels structures are constructed using the MS sheet, with Front Door (optional back Door), Side & Back Covers.
  • Our enclosure system has complete modularity in 2 AXES. This provides the most flexible solution possible Height, 1‘idth, and Depth as well as sizing and placement of any sub-section are infinitely variable.
  • Enclosure corner. frame and Door constructed of 2mm thick Ms Sheet.
  • Apparatus Mounting plate constructed of 1.6mm thick Ms Sheet.
  • Apparatus safety covers constructed of 1.8mm thick Ms Sheet.
Paint Specifications

Paint Specifications

Panel having an electrostatic epoxy powder coated texture finishing to (RAL-7032 & 7035) or a wide

Choice of colors upon Client request.

  • Type Epoxy polyester powder
  • Coating Thickness 60-80 pm
  • Staved at 180 to 200°C
  • Gloss level Semi gloss 40 to 60%

Decree of protection

External cladding and doors all come with a sealing gasket ensuring the above mentioned standard. minimum IP class-42 and (IP 56 Obtainable) according to standard IEC -60529.

Internal Separation

Internal protection of our system is achieved using Form 1 to Form 4B type. The compartments are efficiently protected against Arcing. The incoming feed unit and the main bus bars are separated, the main & distribution bus ducts are separated from one another and also from other compartment.

Safe Work Environment

Safe Work Environment

  • Adequate lighting: There should be good lighting to allow workers to clearly see the equipment and wiring.
  • Ventilation: Adequate ventilation is necessary to prevent the buildup of hazardous fumes and dust.
  • Accessibility: The electrical panel should be located in an area that is easily accessible to maintenance workers and electricians.
  • Safety equipment: Workers should have access to appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) such as gloves, safety glasses, and hard hats.
  • Organization: The electrical panel should be organized in a manner that allows workers to easily identify and access equipment and wiring.
  • Grounding: Proper grounding is necessary to protect workers from electrical shock and to protect equipment from damage.
  • Space: There should be sufficient space for workers to safely move around the electrical panel and perform maintenance and repair tasks.
  • In summary, the work environment for electrical panel work should prioritize safe

PFI Panels

A Power Factor Improvement (PFI) panel, also known as a power factor correction panel, is a device used to improve the power factor of an electrical system. Power factor is the ratio of real power to apparent power in an AC electrical system, and is typically expressed as a decimal number between 0 and 1. A low power factor indicates that the system is not using electrical energy efficiently, and can lead to increased energy costs and other issues.

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