Located in ICAD-1, Abu Dhabi, the regional destination of choice for industrial investment and a pillar of sustainable growth across the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.

Licensed under Industrial Development Bureau and Higher Corporation for Specialized Economic Zones.

The facility utilizes best practice in manufacturing is spread over 7500 and covering approximately 2500 sq. meters of administration and factory area. The facility employs expertise from apprentices to qualified electrical engineers in a variety of roles, but all dedicated to doing "whatever it takes to meet the needs of the customer".

The streamlined manufacturing and assembly facility is perfectly built suitable for Switchgear activities which incorporates advanced design, fabrication, production and testing capabilities while building on the company's traditional strengths of service and quality control.

The facility integrates into one high-efficiency plant and incorporates a design and engineering centre, sheet metal fabricating section, busbar bending, cutting & punching equipment; Pneumatic tools, Air compressor, electric cabling and switchgear assembly area. The facility specializes in producing the custom-built and modular switchgear for low voltage, medium voltage and power applications while also integrating and enhancing the design and development of complete range of solutions offered in line with the latest standards, market demands & stringent norms and specifications.

Powerstaq Engineering & Service team can provide assistance to consultants, building managers and electrical contractors in all areas of low voltage switchboard design and modification proposals.

Typical areas of assistance can include:

  • Switchboard load rating and Short circuit (kA) assessment
  • Assistance in preparing specifications for switchboard modifications
  • Control logic fault finding or modification
  • Purpose built switchboard enclosures
  • Switchboard extension cubicles
  • Cable / Bus Duct transition boxes
  • Retro fit equipment integrating into old existing switchboards
  • Integration of energy management systems like Estidama
  • Discrimination studies