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IS : 10118 ( Part I ) - 1982

Indian Standard

( Reaffirmed 1996 )

CODE OF PRACTICE FOR SELECTION, INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF SWITCHGEAR AND CONTROLGEAR
PART I GENERAL ( Second Repririt JULY I990 )

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CODE OF PRACTICE FOR SELECTION, INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF SWITCHGEA R AND CONTROLGEAR
PART I
Clodc of Practice

GENERAL
Section&

for Power Installation arld Maintcnamx Commiltee, ETDC 20


Re~resefrlif~g Calcutta Electric Supply Corpor.tlion

Chairman SHRI K. K. BOSE Members


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Karnataka Chief

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Bangalorc the t;o\crummt ot

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IS : 10118( Part I ) - 1982

Indian

Standard

CODE OF PRACTICE FOR SELECTION, INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF SWITCHGEAR AND CONTROLGEAR
PART I GENERAL

0. FOREWORD
0.1 This Indian Standard ( Part I ) was adopted by the Indian Standards Institution on 26 February 1982, after the draft finalised by the Code of Practice for Power Installation and Maintenance Sectional Committee had been approved by the Electrotechnical Division Council. 0.2 The object of this series of standards is to provide guidelines for the selection, installation and maintenance of switchgear and controlgear and itssociated equipment. 0.3 It has been generally felt that the requirements of switchgcar of different voltage ratings can be conveniently covered in a single standard. Keeping this in view, the Indian Standard IS : 3072-1975 was brought out to cover equipments for indoor and outdoor use. Equipments so covered included circuit-breakers, isolators and other switches operating on ac or dc. Separate Indian Standards had been formulated as follows, for detailed Codes of Practices for fuses, ac induction motor starters, high voltage ac circuit-breakers and other switches : IS : 3106-1966 Code of practice for selection, installation and maintenance of fuses ( voltage not exceeding 650 volts ), IS : 3914-1967 Code of practice for selection of ac inductor motor starters (voltage not exceeding 1 000 volts ), IS : 5124-1969 Code of practice for installation and maintenance induction motor starters ( voltage not exceeding 1 000 V ), of ac

IS : 5987-1970 Code of practice fnr selection rif switches ( voltage not exceeding 1 000 V ), and IS : 7987-1976 Guide for selection of high voltage ac circuit-breakers,
).

*Code of practice for installationand maintenanceof switchgear(/irrtr&ion 3

IS : 10118( Part I ) - 1982 0.4 This Indian


Standard is being brought out wit11 a virw to presenting in a cogent fashion, the Codes of Practice for variotls ~ypcs of switchgeal and contiolgear used in electric power system, filling up the gaps bctwcen these specifications, utilisin, (7 tile latcsl in concepts inlrcdllccd in tllc prodlicl spcrifications. 0.5 This standard prcscnts the sul)jc:ct prodtlct-wise, brin@ng OII~therclcvanl scpal,ately. ~c,od practices rccomn~cntlt:c1 li)r LT and HT ;rppllc;ttiorls rllis standarc is 1Gyg I~i~c~uglit 0111 in fo11r parts, nan~el!~: Parr Part Part Part I II III IV General, Select ion, Installation, Mai~ltcnance.

nlld with each other.

Nl these parts shall be read in conjunction

0.6 In the preparation of this standard, considerable assistance has been derived from the information coutainccl in the Indian Standards listed in 0.3. <>n publication of this slatidartl ( Paris I to IV ), the Indiatl Standards in 0.3 would stand withdrawn. 0.7 During the drafting of the various parts of this standard, 111~expert Panel, responsible for the same, had kept in view the fact that this standard could at best give guidance on the bulk of the equipment used in the country and should be understood in the manner; that aspects relating to selection, installation,or maintenance of EHV equipment as well as those intended for very special application would have to bo supplemented with additional data, not attempted by the present series. 0.8 For the purposes ofready reference, a list covering switchgear and controlgear equipment The Codes of practice, read together with the specification on the equipment would provide of product specifications are given in Appendix A. relevant Indian Standard the necessary guidelines.

0.9 For the purpose of deciding whether a particular requirement of this standard is complied with, the final value, observed or calculated, expressing the result of a test, shall be rounded off in accordance with IS:2-1960*. The number of significant places retained in the rounded off vnluc should be theaame as that of the specified value in this standart].

1. SCOPE 1.1 This standard ( Part I ) covers the general aspects pertaining to the selection, installation and maintenance of all types of switchgrar and controlgear for indoor and outdoor USC.
*Rules for rounding off numerical values ( r&cd ).

IS : 10118 ( Part I ) - 1982 1.1 For the purposes of this standard spc:ci;Jl ~ypt~ oI ecluipmm!~ >I:VII ;IS those: intended for 115~ in hnx;u&~s ;ttlllc)spherc*s UC c:xcludc:d. P-I,\ iFion\ fix the same are provided in separate Indian ~ta~~dmc~s. 1.3 Specific provisions r&&rig (0 the Jx.;lctices Li)r indicidual equipments, and equipments for individual applicatio~ls in JCSpCCt ol sclectioJl and installation and mnintcnancc li)rJn the scope of sul~scq~~cnt parts ol this standard. 2. TERMINOLOGY 2.1 FOJ the purpox of this stmdarcl, ( Part XVII )-1979 shall apply. 3. GENERAL 3.1 Exchange PROVISIONS of Information
the

dcfinilions

given

in IS: 1885

3.1.1 BeCore ordering the plant, inlbl Illatioll :;ltould IN: cxchangcd between the owner, architect, eq.$neer and ecJlLiJ)Incnt manufacturer responsible for its design, procurement, installation, operation and maintcnante, so that the plant is procurccl to suit the dotty, location nnd installa(ioJl conditions under which the switchgcar will olxratc. This infbrma~ioll should include any special bui1din.g features, sucll ;I:, access tloo~x, liltirlg. beams, oil pumps, cable trenches, foundalion details, vcntilatilkg arrangcment, weather conditions, etc, which In;ly be desirable ( .,ee also Part II and III of this standard ) as also the incorJ)orarion of any optional lix~urc:s in the switchgear. 3.1.2 Details of the electric supply available and of any special requirement regarding the rating of equipment which may. he connected to the: supply should be ascertained from tllc supply aulliorlty. 3.2 Transport Facilities

3.2.1 The engineer slmultl oblaill well in advance all rc:lt:vartt inkrITliltioJ1 wr:igllt fix transport, installation, ctc, about the overall dinxnsions, of the switchgear in question. Special precautions may be essential for lhc protection of insulation during shipment and prior to energizing to prevenl moisture absorption due to rain, snow or condensation. These may include shipment of insulating parts in oil to prevent contamination. Appropriate instructions should be given in this regard. When the circuit-breaker is dismantIed for transport, all parts should be clearly marked, drawings showing assembly of these parts and a packing list should Ix supplied to the user. *Electrotechnical vocabulary: Part XVII Slvitchgear and controlgear (,l;rst rcuision 1. 5

JS : 10118 ( Part I ) - 1982 3.3 Drawings, 3.3.1 11~ Materials and Appliances

dlodd provide tlrawin~s and~instructions lor and maintcnanco of switchgear well in advance of lhc: time of delivery. It is essentiai that the installation of switchgear as well as its maintenance in service is performed in accordance with the provisions of the rclcvant Indian Standard or the instructions given by the manIll;lcturc:r. Illilllllfi~CllltX1.

I IN: illslallation

3.3.2 All materials, fittings, apparatus, etc, used in the installation shall conform to relevant Indian Standard specifications wherever they exist, and in the case where they do not exist, the items shall be approved by competent authority. 4. SAFETY AND STATUTORY with Indian REGULATIONS Electricity Rules and Other Regu-

4.1 Compliance lations

4.1.1 All clcctrical installations shall comply with the requirements of the Indian Electricity Act and Rules made thereunder and with other regulation. Such as those made under Factory Act, 1948 and Fire Insurance :!ct, that may be applicable. The following rules of Indian Electricity Kules 1956 are particularly applicable: No. 29, 33, 34, 35, 36, 50, 51, .61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 67, 69 and 114.

4.1.2 If considered necessary the local authorities concerned in the administration of the rules and regulations in the matter of the layout of the installation of the switchgear should be consulted in regard to the rules and regulations that may be applicable. 4.1.3 The electrical installation shall be carried out only by authorized persons competent to undertake such work under the rules and regulations that may be in force in different States. 4.2 Earthing 4.2.1 It is absolutely essential that the entire earthing system should be &signed with regard to the maximum available earth-fault current. This should be particularly checked whenever any plan extensions resulting in higher faGlt levels are made to ensure that the existing connections are suitable for the increased earth-fault current. 4.2.2 For additional details regarding earthing and size of earth and conductor, reference shall be made to IS : 3043.1966*.
*Code of practice for earthing.

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4.4 Lightning Protection - Whcrc ronsidcrecl appropriate, the necessary l)t.cc;lIltions shall be taken tc, cn<111(: ~IKII 1i1c installation oL switchsc-ar ;rntl con~rol,gcar shall bc protcrtctl H~III lightning surges. Ccncral guidclmcs arc available in IS : 2309-1969*.

4.5 Oil Drainage -- For indoor switchgear, an oil soak pit shall be providcd where a single chamber of indoor switchgcar has an oil capacity of tltorc than 2 000 litres. For outdoor switchgear, suitable arrangement for (lrainagc of oil shall be made.
5. CATEGORIZATION OF EQUIPMENT

5.1 It is an accepted practice to broadly classify switchgear and controlgear equipment based on rated voltage. Low voltage switchgear and controlgear arc those intended for rated voltage up to and including 1 OOOV ac 01 1 200 V dc, and high voltage switchgear and controlgcar arc those intended l;)r voltages above 1 000 V ac. Individual equipment are further classified depending on the method Product classifications arc (~1operation or on the type of construction. covered in Part i1 of this standard.

APPENDIX A (Clause 0.8 )


INDIAN STANDARDS ON SWITCHGEAR AND CONTROLGEAR

A-l. LOW IS:


375-1963

VOLTAGE

SWITCHGEAR

AND CONTROLGEAR

Marking and arrangements fi)r switchgcar busbars, main connections and auxiliary wiring ( revised) 13.56 ( Part I )-1972 Electrical equipment of machine tools: Part I Electrical equipment of machines for general use ( secmd revision ) 1885 ( Part XVII )-1969 Electrotechnical vocabulary: Part XVII Switchgear and controlgear
*Code of practice for the protection of buildings and allied structures agaimt

( fivstreuiriotl . )

lightning

IS : 10118 ( Part I ) - 1982 0544 ( Part I )-1977


8544 ( Part 8544. ( Part Motor starters for voltages not exceeding 1 000 V: Part I Direct-on-lint ac starters II l-1977 Motor starters for voltages not cxcecdine 1 OOOV Pakt II Star-delta starters - III/Set 1 )-1979 Motor starters for voltages not cxcc~ctling I 000 V: Part III Kheostatic rotor starters, Sect ion 1 Gcnc~l requirements III/Set 2 )-1979 Motor starters for voltages not cxcrcrlitlg 1 000 V: ParL III Kheostatic rotor starters, Section 2 hdtlirion;~l requirements for ac rheostatic rotor con~rdlws IV )-I979 Motor starters for voltages not exceeding 1 000 V: Part IV Kcduccd voltage nc starters: Two-step ;u~to-1 r;u1Ji~mer starters I )-1977 Thermostatic bimclnls: l;rr~ I Gcll(*tal t.c.cl~til.~ulc:tlt~ and methods of tests I )-1977 Factory-built assemblies 01 switchgcsar ;~II(I controlgear for voltages up to and inclutlin~ I 000 V ;I( ;UNI I !&NJV dc: Par1 I General requirements II )-1980 Factnry-built assemblies olswitcllgcar antI c:onl~~olgear for voltages up lo and including I 000 V ac ;IIN.~ 1 200 V dc: Part II Particular rcquirc.rncnts for l~~sl~;u~ rrultkillg systems ( busways ) Dimensions for rewirablc 1Lscs up 10 GXJ V Miniature air-break circuit-breakers for voltages not c~~:rli~lg 1 000 v I )-I979 Low voltage fuses: Part I General I,cquironcnts II )-1979 Low voltage fuses: Part II Supplementary requirements for fuses with hi,?11 breaking capacity for industri:l! application IV )-1980 Low voltage fuses: Part IV Supplementary rcquiwments for fitse-links for t hc protection ofselniconrlllctor tl(avicc:s

8514 ( Part

8544 ( Part

8508 ( Part 8623 ( Part 8623 ( Part

8724-1978 8828-1978 9224 ( Par1 9224 ( Part

9224

( Part

A-2. HIGH VOLTAGE


375-1963 1818-1972 1885 ( Part 2032 ( Part 2516 ( Part 2516 ( Part

SWITCHGEAR

AND CONTROLGEAR

for xwitchgcar bllsbars, nlain Marking and arrangements connections and auxiliary wiring ( rehed ) Alternating current isolators ( discnnncctors ) and earthin!< switches ( J%SL revision ) XVII )-1979 Electrotechnical vocalntlary: Part XV11 S\\,itchgear and controlgear VII )-1974 Graphical symbols used in etectrotc~l~u~~lo~~~: Part VII Switchgear and auxiliaries (first revision ) I/Set 2 )-1980 Circuit breakers: Part I General and (I&nitions, Section 2 For voltages above 1 000 V ac ITSec 2 )-1980 Circuit-breakers: Part II Rating, Section 2 I:c voltages above 1 000 V ac (first r&&/l )

IS : 10118( Part I ) - 1982


<:ircuit-breakers: Part III Design and con2516 ( Part III/Set 2 )-1980 struction, Section 2 For voltages above 1 000 V ac (first revision) C:ircuit breakers: Part IV Type tests and 2516 ( Part IV/Set 2 )-1980 routine tests, Section 2 For voltage above 1 000 V ac Circuit-breakers: Part V Information to be 2516 ( Part V/Set 2 )-1980 given with enquiries, tenders and orders and rules lbr transport, erection and maintenance, Section 2 For voltages above 1 000 V ac ( jrst revision ) switchgear and controlgear for voltages above 3427- 1WI) Metal-enclosed 1 000 V but not exceeding 11 000 volts Switches and switch isolators above 1 000 V but not cxceetling 4710-1968 11 000 v Electric power connectors 5561-1970 Automatic reclosing circuit-breakers ( automatic circuit re7567-l 975 closers ) for ac distribution system Interconnecting busbars for ac voltage above 1 kV up to and 8084-1976 including 36 kV Specification for ac contactors for voltages above 1 000 V 904-6-l 978 up to and including 11 000 V Guide for the testing of circuit-breakers with respect to out-o(l 9135-1979 phase switching High voltage fuses: Part I Current-limiting fuses 93fl5 ( Part I )-1979 High voltage fuses: Part II Expulsion and similar 9385 ( Part II )-1980 fuses High voltage fuses: Part III Application guide 9385 ( Part III )-1980 for high voltage fuses High voltage fuses for the external protection of shunt power 9402- 1980 capacitor Alternating current switches for voltages above 9920 ( Part I )-1981 1 000 V: Part I General and definitions

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Yontinucd from page 2 ) Repwcnting The English Electric C:ompaq, of India Ltd, hladras SHRI c. R. BALWUHRAMANIAN SWRI M. SSSHADRI* ( Alkvnnte ) Larsen & Toubro Limited. Bornlx~y SHRI DEVENDER NATH hdaharashtra State Electricity Bo;utl. llotnl.~;ly SrrRI P. D. JAHACXRDAK NC;W .I,td, Bnngnlorc SHHI .JAvew AHMED SHRI I. NARAYANA HAO ( A/cntnlc ) ~HRI K. P. SARATHY ( Alfrrna!e ) Chief Elcctriwl Inspector to tlw Oo~ernmct~t of 111: T. C. SIDHAN Kerala, Trivandrum PROF. G. RAVINDRAN NAIR ( .4/fenrcrte ) Karnataka Elcctriciiy Board, Ba~~q:~lorr~ SHRI SYED KHADER MOIIUDDI~ Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd, SwuntlwLtlutL SARI R. SUBBA RAO
SHRI K. C. LAHARI ( .4ltertmte
SHRI P. s.
L)AS ( .hrMtC )

) Etlginecrs Hindustw India Brown Ltd, New llelhi Ltd, Bombay Boveri

SHRI G. N. THADANI SHRI M. K. DAS ( .4/te,uute ) SIIRI A. S. UDHALIKAR S~IRI S. R. POTNIS ( .Iltotlatc

*Shri M. Seshadri,

chaired

the panrl

meetings.

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,J-fi DIAN ON CODE OF

STANDARDS PRACTICE FOR POWER INSTALLATION AND MAJ.NTENANt

I$: 732-1963 900-1965 1866-1978 1885

( Part

1885 ( Part

1 2032 ( Part
2274-1963 2309-1969 2551-1963 3043-1966 3072-1975 3106-1966 3914-1967 4648- 1968 5124-1969 .5216 1969 .i578-1970 5613 ( Part 5(j13 ( Part

1886-1967

2613 ( Part

5613 ( Paft

5728- 1970 5908-1970 .5987-1970 7689-1974 7733-1975 7752 ( Part 7987-1976 8061-1976 8437-1977 8884-1978 8923-1978 8969-l 978 951 I-1980

Code ofpractice for electrical wiring installations ( system voltage not exceeding 650 volts ) ( reoiscd ) Code of practice for installation and maintenance of induction motors ( rcuirud) Code of practice for maintenance and supervision of insulating oil in service ( first rc-uision ) XXX )-I971 Electrotechnical vocabulary: Part XXX Ovcrhcad transmission and distribution of electrical energy XXXVII j-1974 Electrotechnical vocabulary: Part XXXVII Tariffs for electricity Code of practice for installation and maintenance oftransformers (/irst rauision ) XI )-1970 Graphical symbols used in electrotechnology: Part XT Electrical installat ions in buildings Code of practice for electrical wiring installations ( system voltage exceeding 650 volts\ Code of plactire for the protection of buildings and allied structures against lighting (,fint r&ion ) Danger notice plates Code of practice for earthing Code of practice for installation and maintenance of switchgear ( jrsl reuitiun ) Code of practice for selection, installation and maintenance of fuses ( voltage not exceeding 650 volts ) Code of practice for selection of ac induction mbtor starters (voltage not exceeding 1 000 volts ) Guide for electrical layout in residential buildings Code of practice for installation and maintenance of ac induction motor starters ( voltage not exceedings 1 000 volts ) Guide. for safely procedures . and practices in electrical work - . ^. . . tiulde tor markmg of msulated conductors I/Set I )-I970 Code of practice for design, installation and maintenance 01 overhead nower lines: Part I Lines uuto and including I1 kV, Section 1 Design Code of practice fo; design, installation atid maintenance bf I/Set 2 )-i97l overhead power lines: Part I Lines up to and including I1 kV, Section 2, Installation and maintenance Code of practice for design, installation and maintenance of II/Set 1 J-1976 overhead Dower lines: Part II Lines above 11 kV and up to and including 220 kV, S&tion I Design II/Set 2 J-1976 Code of practice for design, installation and maintenance of overhead power lines: Part II Lines above I1 kV and up to and including 220 kV. Section 2 Installation and maintenance Guide for short-circuit calculations Method of measurement of electrical installation in buildings Code of practice for selection of switches ( voltage not exceeding 1 UOUV ) Guide for the control of undesirable static electricity Code of practice for electrical wiring installation in hospitals I j-1975 Guide for improvement of power factor in consumer installation: Part I Low and medium supply voltages Guide for selection of high voltage circuit-breakers Code of practice for design, installation and maintenance of service lines up to and including 650 V Guide on effects of currents passing through human body Code of practice for the installation of electric bells and call system Warning symbol for dan emus voltages of impulse and electronic Code of practice for insta Plation and maintenance master and slave electric clock systems Earth knobs for neutral conductors.

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