Arcteq Relays has signed a five-year frame agreement with the European nuclear research center CERN, supplying CERN with nearly 250 protection relays to protect and control their electrical grid and power supply.
Arcteq won this contract for the second time in a row. The first contract was signed in 2017 when it was agreed that Arcteq would deliver over 300 protection relays to the facilities of one of the world’s largest and most respected scientific institutions operating on the border of Switzerland and France.
“We are very pleased that our technologically up-to-date protection units met CERN’s tightened criteria and passed their evaluation process, as this allows us to continue our partnership,” states Robert Olander, Arcteq’s Sales and Marketing Manager.
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