How are the containers electrically connected?
The containers can be used immediately after the external electrical CEE connection is undertaken, i.e. several sockets are available, light switches, lighting fixtures and an electrical heater. Since the electrical cables are routed via a cable harness in the roof, a luminaire can be retrofitted in the windbreak area without any problems.
What basic electrical equipment do the containers have?
All modules are externally equipped with a CEE 400V/32A input coupling and a CEE 400V/32A output coupling. Thus the container can be supplied electrically from the outside by a CEE connection, or a further container can be docked. However, the number of connectable containers is limited, depending on the performance required by various installations in the container.
Can I also get gas heating instead of electric heating?
Of course. As a standard, we install the gas external wall heater, 2100 Watt, size 400 x 580 x 225 mm.
How are sanitary containers equipped with electricity?
The electrical installations in sanitary containers (heating, sockets, boilers) are of course splash-proof. In shower rooms the lamps are additionally protected against moisture.
Which standard does the electrical equipment of the modules comply with?
We can certify that the systems comply with the currently valid VDE regulations, in particular VDE0100, Part 610 as well as the UVV for electrical systems and equipment (BGV A3). All electrical components used have the CE mark.
Are other country-specific electrical installations also possible?
Yes, of course we can adapt our standard installation to specific country versions on request.
Is there an alternative to the electrical connection cables between the containers?
In the case of high-quality equipped building complexes, a central power supply can be provided. The CEE inputs and outputs are omitted for the individual containers. A later retrofitting of the CEEs is then no longer possible.