Power Distribution

Pen Power Distribution Unit

The force behind the power

Secure, reliable and tidy Power Distribution to pens is critical for the operation of modern farms. But, maintaining uninterrupted power in a dynamic and exposed marine environment can be a challenge.

With our extensive marine experience, we have introduced a newly created aquaculture specific design for full power infrastructure.

Fully Compliant to 18th Edition

Compliant to 18th edition regulations and signed off by our qualified electricians, the system allows for a fully flexible and safe installation from barge to pen. With individual RCDs, each power point on the pen can be monitored and controlled individually, meaning that should power trip you won’t lose power to the whole pen, or worse, multiple pens - only the affected piece of equipment will lose power.

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Speech-Bubble.png “With our power distribution design you have individual circuit protection, for example, if you have one underwater light trip then the rest of the powered equipment in that pen, and all other pens, will continue to be powered – increased ‘up-time’ and less fault-finding required.”

Duncan Anderson, Electrical Manager at Gael Force Engineering

Power cables tidied into unit to ensure safety to users

Secure, reliable, and tidy

Mounted in IP68 rated enclosures with our bespoke mounting brackets, the boxes are easily accessed and robustly constructed to withstand high energy conditions. Combined with our specific pen clamping solution and safe cable entry and exit on each pen, our power infrastructure solution is entirely safe, fully secure, and designed for the purpose.

Custom design of pens on a fish farm for power distribution

Custom Designed

We will work with you to custom design power infrastructure to site-specific requirements.

Get in touch to discuss your requirements

Craig Graham
Aquaculture Sales Manager

+44 7720 074350


Gael Force Group Ltd
136 Anderson Street
South Kessock