The General Electricity Company of Homs recently conducted maintenance and rehabilitation works for a number of transformers and transmission centers in preparation for the arrival of the winter season, with the aim of reducing as much as possible the emergency breakdowns.
Engineer Saleh Omran, Director of the General Company for Electricity in Homs, indicated in a statement to SANA that the company's workshops have recently carried out a series of periodic maintenance and put several transfer centers in the countryside and the city into service. More than 20 electrical transmission centers and 25 new transfer centers.
Omran explained that the 20K line had been rehabilitated.
Q in Talbiseh with a length of 8 km and completion of the rehabilitation of the 20 km line.
Q, which emanated from Al Waer substation, which relieves pressure on the flower and orphan lines, as well as the workshops completed the rehabilitation of the 25 km Moheen line emanating from the Qaryatayn substation, which greatly reduces the pressure on the Jib Sada line emanating from the Hasiya transfer station, in addition to laying the helicopter lines 1 and 2 emanating from the station. Diversion of service people to relieve pressure on the deacon and sub-lines. About six kilometers of medium-voltage air networks and about four kilometers of medium-voltage earth networks have been established.
With regard to the low-voltage networks between Amran, the company is seeking to improve the electrical networks that were exposed last winter to many faults, as several sources were improved in the neighborhoods of Zahraa, Wadi al-Dahab, Armenians and al-Sabil, and low voltage networks were rehabilitated in the neighborhoods of Jobar, Tal Kalakh and al-Zara.
Omran confirmed that the machinery in the company is fully prepared, as more than 15 cranes have been maintained, bringing the number of ready-to-work cranes to 21, in addition to the maintenance of two drilling machines.