Switchboard Manufacturing

PTAS’s has extensive switchboard manufacturing capability and experience. The company has invested in a number of advanced manufacturing systems that enhance production.

Our fabrication facilities include CNC controlled enclosure machining system, computer-controlled DIN rail and duct cutting, laser label cutting and automated wire cutting, stripping and crimping systems


Fabrication and assembly is undertaken in two flexible workshops (1,000 sqm); one has 4 bays for concurrent multi-board projects, or they can be configured to accommodate four switchboards up to 20m long.

Switchrooms up to 26m x 5m & 55 tonne (with HV, LV & controls) has been built and loaded out from PTAS facilities. Larger projects have been prebuilt, fully FAT tested and shipped.


Manufacturing is managed through a group of project electricians who lead teams one of five project work bays. They responsible for a team of 3 – 5 tradespeople, apprentices and trade assistants. This enables PTAS to deliver fast design and build projects; some in 4-8 weeks.


PTAS manufactures with modular systems and bespoke designs to suit a wide range of applications.

CUBIC Modular System

  • Fixed, Demountable & Withdraw able

  • B&R Signature System

  • Fixed & Demountable


Outdoor IP66 / IP56 Enclosures

  • Fixed & Demountable

  • Mild steel, stainless and aluminium


ABCD Modular Outdoor Board; the PTAS developed solution to the arc fault containment problem with outdoor boards. These switchboards are a major advanced manufacturing focus for the company.

They offer significant improvement in safety and productivity for public utilities and resources industry

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Our design and engineering services include : conception, design, scheduling, project management, software, installation, commissioning and testing.

We aim to keep our clients completely satisfied from start to finish.

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