Reliable Power for the Glatt-Zurich Shopping Center
Sissach, Switzerland, March 2021 – The Glatt shopping center, located in Wallisellen and built in 1975, is Switzerland’s top-selling and most popular shopping center. After 40 years in operation, some structural and technical renovations, including two transformer stations, needed to be carried out. R&S Rauscher & Stoecklin are proud that they could be a part of the project, supplying a total of 12 transformers.
With this project, the owner of the center wants to focus on a sustainable energy strategy. The conversion was carried out during ongoing operations, which means a high demand for uninterrupted power supply. Likewise, the safety of the staff and guests had to be guaranteed at all times. Elektro Stoll Schweiz AG took care of the decommissioning of the old transformers and the installation of the new ones.
Some specifications of the project:
- 2 transformers with 1600 kVA and low radiation
- 10 transformers with 1000 kVA and wheel locks
- ECO++ design
- First two transformers delivered in May 2019
- Delivery of remainder was at the end of 2020
With its 45,000 m2 of retail space and 4500 parking spaces, the shopping centre Glatt is a top-selling one and the most popular shopping center in Switzerland. With 9 million visitors annually, it is the most successful shopping centre and the one with the highest turnover.
About Elektro Stoll Schweiz GmbH
Elektro Stoll Schweiz GmbH is a foreign subsidiary of Elektro Stoll GmbH with its headquarters in Martinszell, Germany. The company offers its customers directly implementable solutions in the areas of building technology, switchgear construction, power engineering, automation, plant construction and process technology as well as in applied corporate management.
About R&S Rauscher & Stoecklin
R&S Rauscher & Stoecklin is part of the Swiss-based R&S Group, a leading provider of electrical infrastructure products in key markets. The company, founded in 1919, is a well-established and experienced manufacturer of transformers, switchgear, and other electrical equipment.