With headquarters in Lisburn, Northern Ireland, Kelvatek is an international company with a combination of engineering design, technical support and sales offices worldwide.

The company has many sectors, including industry-leading R&D, state-of-the-art test facilities, in-house manufacturing and quality control, dedicated customer technical support and sales. Our regular customer base includes Network Rail; all the electricity distribution companies in UK and Ireland, the vast majority in the US and many in Europe; and much more.

The team in Kelvatek has developed cutting-edge technology in the power sector for more than 30 years. This pedigree includes innovations in areas such as 11kV digital fault recorders; digital circuit breaker testing; LV fault location; transformer monitoring and much more. This unique combination of experience, dedication and in-house knowledge means that Kelvatek has the vision, strength and customer focus to bring industry-changing products to life.

May 2014: New BIDOYNG & GATEWAY Training video

Kelvatek are delighted to announce the release of the BIDOYNG and GATEWAY training videos. As part of Kelvatek’s continued focus on customer training and support this is the first in a new series of training videos on Kelvatek products. This initial series of videos demonstrate the correct procedure for installing and operating the BIDOYNG and GATEWAY.

These straight forward videos can be used for staff training and as a quick reference guide. The videos include:

  • A full installation training video
  • Quick reference video shorts such as replacing a primary fuse

To access the full set of BIDOYNG and GATEWAY videos and more training material please go to our Customer Support Centre.

Kelvatek key partner in Electricity North West’s Smart Street project

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The Smart Street project, submitted as a Tier 2 Bid to the LCN Fund competition by Electricity North West, was awarded funding in November 2013, and will formally commence in January 2014. Kelvatek are a key partner in the four year Smart Street project, having developed technology that will allow the project to be applied to trials on Electricity North West’s distribution networks.


The project will employ innovative voltage control using alternative network configurations to show that a Distribution Network Operator (DNO) can increase the capacity and voltage headroom available for Low Carbon Technology, lower network losses and reduce overall energy consumption. The techniques and technology demonstrated will provide a robust template for the DNOs in Great Britain.