Sao Paulo Metro Line 5 Tunnel & Patio
RAILWAY ELECTRIFICATION PROJECT
The existing Line 5 of the São Paulo Metro was inaugurated in 2002. The Line 5 extension project, from the southwest of the city to the expanded center, will improve the mobility of public transport users in the Capão Redondo-Largo Treze Chácara Klabin corridor.
The extension involves the construction of 11km of twin tunnels. The new Line 5 will be 20.1 km long, including 15 intermediate stations.
SDCEM provided outdoor disconnectors and disconnectors cubicles for the switchyard project and indoor disconnectors for tunnels with smart grid solutions to control and monitor SDCEM
- 8 Outdoor Single Pole Vertical Break Disconnectors SBE
- 17 Indoor Single Pole Vertical Break Disconnectors SBI
- 2 Outdoor Disconnectors Cubicles
- 25 Electrical Universal Smart Drives MR41E
- 13 Flexible rod for
|Rated voltage||1500 V DC|
|End-customer||Sao Paulo Metro|
|EPC||Toshiba America do Sul|