The original 1883 galleries of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours includes a theatre, banqueting hall restaurant and roof terraces.
However, below ground is a completely different story. Common to a lot of buildings in this area of Old London, this building constantly suffers from the ingress of water from underground streams and the water table.
To protect electrical supplies which are critical to maintaining the operation of the building; the main power is supplied by a 1600A Schneider busbar set in cast resin. This ensures the supply is maintained even when submersed in up to 1 meter of water AND as it is cast resin busbar, it is maintenance free.
If you need advice on whether you need to use cast resin busbar, please contact us.