In 2016, a major electrical installation company commissioned a control room for Argentina. The plant - 3.40 meters high - consisted of two separate containers: one of 3 mt. for 4.50 meters intended to house the transformers and one of greater dimensions (12.19 mt. x 4.50 meters) for the electrical and control boards.
Given the peculiarity of the equipment that would have housed and the final place of destination, it called for a particularly solid structure, so we opted for a basement with IPE 330 beam (33 cm high) with lateral infill panels welded to the structure with corrugated steel metal sheet 20/10.
The internal insulation was ensured by 50 mm-thick polyurethane panels.
In addition to a large front door the containers also included two large four-panel side doors for easy access to the instruments. The inside also featured an air conditioning system and a smoke detection and shutdown system specially calibrated for the safety of the electrical equipment present.