Hawker Siddeley Switchgear
|Industry||Electrical power products manufacturing|
|Genre||Sub-brand of group of companies|
|Subsidiaries||Hawker Siddeley Switchgear Pty Ltd (Brisbane, Australia)|
Hawker Siddeley Switchgear is a British manufacturer of electrical switchgear and overhead line equipment, the company operates a wholly owned subsidiary in Australia.
Based in the United Kingdom and are owned by Melrose plc.
In 1957, Hawker Siddeley group acquired the Brush Group, and in 1973 Brush Switchgear acquired Bowthorpe's power equipment division, with factories at Bridgend and Banbury. In 1991 South Wales Switchgear merged with Brush Switchgear to form Hawker Siddeley Switchgear Limited..
As of 2009 Melrose has incorporated four electrical switchgear manufacturers:
- Hawker Siddeley Switchgear Ltd - formed in 1991 from South Wales Switchgear and Brush Switchgear
- Hawker Siddeley Switchgear Pty Ltd in Australia (HSSA) - (in operation since 1964) - subsidiary of Hawker Siddeley Switchgear.
- Whipp & Bourne - (established in 1903 by Samuel Whipp and Charles Bourne).
The company's products include overhead electrical line and other outdoor switchgear for voltages up to 38 kV, indoor switchgear for voltages to 15 kV, containerised electrical substations, HV DC switchgear for currents up to 12 kA with voltages up to 1.8 kV and protection relays, as well as servicing, maintenance and repair services.
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- "Melrose". Grace's Guide.
- Hawker Siddeley Switchgear - products hss-ltd.com
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