Category: Mining Sites
Category: Transmission and Distribution
Western Canada's potash deposits occur in the Prairie Evaporite Deposit — the largest known potash deposits in the world. The deposits extend from central to south-central Saskatchewan, a few kilometers into Manitoba, and 200-300 km into northern North Dakota.
New modern potash solution mine and production facility built near Moose Jaw. Power systems of the facility includes 230/25kV Electrical Substation.
Relay protection and Control IEDs supplied by Schweitzer and GE (Micom 264, GE D60, SEL-735, SEL-421, SEL-351-7, SEL-751, SEL-387L, SEL-487B). All the IEDs integrated and controlled with SEL-3530 Automation Controller via IEC61850. DNP3.0 is used for NCC communication.
Many IEC61850 interoperability issues with different vendors have been solved.
Scope of work: Factory Stage Engineering of the SEL-3530 Automation Controller, integration of all IEDs via IEC61850 and NCC DNP3.0 configuration.