ŠKODA Plzeň was first mentioned in 1975 as manufacturer of disconnectors and earthing switches in Sedlec. In 1993 the company was renamed and SERWwas founded. The existing production remained and was extended and diversified as required. Today SERW designs and produces MV and HV disconnectors and earthing switches for voltage 1 kV – 420 kV. In course of a portfolio extension the company SERW started to supply the vacuum circuit breakers for voltage 27,5 kV and 38,5 kV.
Thanks to our many years of experience in energy sector specialized on manufacturing of switching technology we are able to be a reliable and competent partner for our customers in industry and utility sector.
Besides the products we can offer a wide range of services starting from project planning over installation and commissioning to after sale service. Thanks to the flexibility of our development and engineering department we can propose best practice solutions regarding to technical and economic requirements.
Assurance of quality
The company SERW develops effective the Integrated Management System (IMS), the basic instrument for the management of all company processes. The IMS includes the joint management of the requirements under ISO 9001 and 14001. The optimal functioning of the integrated system is checked through regular audits, conducted by supervisory organisation, internal or by Customer Company.
High voltage: Disconnectors and earthing switches for voltage level to 420kV
Medium voltage: Disconnectors, earthing switches and vacuum breakers to 38,5kV
Field Service: Putting into operation, After-Sales Service, Training and Consulting
Other Service: Galvanization and laser cut more
From the highway D5/E50 from Prague take the exit 67 – Ejpovice, turn right towards Šťáhlavy, Tymákov and Sedlec.
From the highway D5/E50 from Rozvadov take the exit 76 – Starý Plzenec, at the roundabout the second exit direction Starý Plzenec. In the centre of Starý Plzenec turn to the right (direction Štáhlavy), Continue straight ahead then in Sedlec turn to the left – direction Tymákov.