• COMEP srl

    is a society active since 2003 in the production and assembly of electrical panels for locomotives.

  • In 2008 COMEP began working in the optical joints field
    and in the measurements of both submarine and terrestrial optical cables.

  • COMEP srl

    All the technical staff have the certifications necessary for offshore works:

    survival and rescue courses, fire and first aid courses, work at height,

    OPITO BOSIET certificate for offshore operations with the use of helicopters.

Certification UNI EN ISO 9001:2000 e IRIS

Optical joint
COMEP has more of ten years of experience in the optical joints (terrestrial and submarine) and optical measurements. We are equipped with the latest technology for splicing optical fiber (splicers Fujikura), attenuation measures with the backscatter method (Optical Time Domain Reflectometer - Anritsu OTDR), optical power meter, laser sources and all kinds of connectors for any kind of measuring task.
Electrical switchboards
We operate from more than fifteen years assembling control panels for rolling stocks, with types and applications for both long and short -distance trains and high-velolcity trains. . We are specialized in functional tests and inspections carried out with advanced equipments to provide a product in quality system complying with current regulations.
Energy
Our operators are qualified at CESI in Milan and at HEADING of Terni, to perform joints over L.V. and M.V.power cables. We are also qualified OPITO BOSIET to perform offshore works, even with the use of helicopters, on platforms and / or vessels. We are equipped with echometers TDR (Time Domain Reflectometer) to verify the quality of the power cables, and to determine the exact location of any eventually failure.
Customers and Partners who have chosen us
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Selected latest works

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Order Vivalto

Control panels BT-MT and electronic for double decker train Vivalto

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Project Al Khafji

Expansion park oil in Saudi Arabia

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Project HelWin 2

Optic junction of the wind farm in the North Sea in Germany.