About PBSI Group a leading UK Electrical Power Systems Designer, Manufacturer and Consultancy
PBSI was formed in 1986 through the merging of business interests of 'The P&B Engineering Company Ltd' of Crawley, East Sussex and 'WM Shakeshaft Ltd' of Manchester.
In 1992 'The Weir Electrical Instrument Company' was acquired and the business activities arranged into four trading divisions.
P&B was established in 1932, Shakeshaft in 1951 and Weir in 1954.
All three of the original companies have long established and respected pedigrees having supplied their products world wide.
Most notable was its pioneering development of the P&B GOLD's Electromechanical Thermal Overload Relay for Motor Protection, many of which are still in service today. Establishing itself as a brand, P&B are still regarded as the motor protection relay specialist.
Today, PBSI remain at the forefront of technology by investing in UK manufacturing, designing and supplying well engineered solutions and continuing to supply equipment to many countries.
With a long established heritage we provide cost effective, leading technology, innovative electrical system solutions tailored to meet our customer and market needs.
Our primary activities are the design and manufacture of quality made & competitively priced Electrical Protection Relays, Medium Voltage Switchgear and Earthing Equipment and the provision of Electrical Systems Consultancy for a global client base.
Customers include Power Generating Companies, Distribution Network Operators, Onshore and Offshore Oil, Gas and Petrochemical Complexes, Fuel Terminals, Wind Generation and Co-Generation Schemes, Railway Infrastructure, Mining, Steel & Water Industries, Shipping and Support Vessels and all kinds of Industrial Process Plants.
Further services we provide include the modelling of electrical systems for grading studies, fault level and load flow analysis. Delivering training seminars and providing consultancy services to engineering companies.
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