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LARGE-SCALE SOLAR INDUSTRY FORUM 2017
1 May 2017 3:30 PM

LARGE-SCALE SOLAR INDUSTRY FORUM 2017The Large-scale Solar Industry Forum developed by the Clean Energy Council will be held in Brisbane on 11 May...

AUSTRALIAN CLEAN ENERGY SUMMIT 2017
24 Mar 2017 12:27 PM

AUSTRALIAN CLEAN ENERGY SUMMIT 2017 The Australian Clean Energy Summit is the premier and the most prestigious event helping to lead Australia'...

WIND INDUSTRY FORUM 2017
17 Mar 2017 12:08 PM

WIND INDUSTRY FORUM 2017 The Clean Energy Council's annual Wind Industry Forum is Australia's premier technical event for the wind industry, a...

Hornsdale Wind Farm - South Australia
5 Jun 2016 3:48 PM

Client: CPP (Consolidated Power Projects)Project Type: Wind Farm Marais provided the installation of 53km of fiber optic, electric and earth c...

Bauma 2016
17 Apr 2016 3:29 PM

We are delighted to announce that we will be attending Bauma 2016, which will take place in Munich between 11th and 17th April 2016.  Followi...

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High Voltage Cable

Marais designs and manufactures innovative mechanical solutions for mechanical laying process improvement. We have refined a variety of systems to successfully install cables in different environments: narrow village streets, railway rights of way, motorways, rural and urban roads. We work consistently to develop installation technologies to speed up and simplify the installation of various kinds of cables.

Examples of cable laying in trench sections

Safety and cost effectiveness

Safety and cost effectiveness are important considerations when finding the right solution. A Marais solution includes: 

  • Between 1 and 4 cables/pipes per trench
  • Simultaneous installation of other services (FO, earth)
  • Simultaneous installation of cable protection and/or warning tap
  • Backfilling with thermally rated and/or excavated material
  • Minimum open trenching risks
  • Between 300 to 4,000 lm/day

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