Electrical Structures

Thanks to its experienced staff, its numerically controlled equipment at the cutting edge of technology and its extended expertise, Tardif Metal is able to offer its customers a great number of diverse high quality products for Electrical structures for substations as well as for power lines: Tardif Metal also offers engineering services including detailed and construction drawings created thanks to 3D software highly specialised for these types of products.  We are also able to execute typical assembly trials in our factory, in accordance with our customer’s requirements. All of our steel products can be hot-dip galvanised, painted or galvanised/painted according to the technical specification of the designers.

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  • Square or rectangular truss pylons
  • Square, round or octagonal tubular gantries
  • Square or round profiled tubular supports
  • Many different elements of foundations
  • Complete and specialised hardware
Electrical substation (Wind Park of Seigneurie de Beaupré)Localisation : Beaupré (Québec)Department : Electrical StructuresProjects type : Hydro Electricity

Electrical substation carried out as part of a wind park.

Framework and Electrical Equipment SupportsLocalisation : Dans tout l'Est du Canada, l'Ontario et l'AlbertaDepartment : Electrical StructuresProjects type : Hydro Electricity

Manufacturing of structural trusses and round or square galvanized steel tubular supports for electrical substations ranging from 25 kV to 735 kV.

Electrical structuresLocalisation : Dans tout l'Est du Canada, l'Ontario et l'AlbertaDepartment : Electrical StructuresProjects type : Hydro Electricity

Manufacturing of square or octagonal galvanized steel tubular gantries for electrical substations ranging from 120 kV to 735 kV.

Electrical structuresLocalisation : Dans plus de 20 sites dans l’Est du CanadaDepartment : Electrical StructuresProjects type : Hydro Electricity

Manufacturing of rectangular or square galvanized steel truss towers for distribution station entries or for the transportation of electrical power ranging from 120 kV to 315 kV.