Our concept is based on setting up the traction converters INGETRAC as a smart integration of extensively proved forced-air or liquid cooled power modules.
In the railway sector, the development of traction systems and electro-technical solutions, combined with know-how on rolling stock engineering and rail operations, allows INGETEAM to offer solutions improving aspects that are key for vehicle manufacturers and operators: exploitation costs, reliability, availability, maintainability.
Ingeteam offers electrical engineering solutions and the development of electrical equipment, motors, generators and frequency converters.
The company is a lead player in the energy, industry, marine and railway traction sectors, always seeking to optimise energy consumption while maximising generating efficiency.
Our offer from the vehicle propulsion definition, design and engineering of traction system, up to the turnkey supply of on-board electrical solutions, for both new rolling stock projects and fleet modernisation.
The company operates in Asia, Africa, Europe and North and South America and has more than 3,000 employees.
Research and development for railways
We use the latest technologies available in the market to develop semiconductors, applied to a broad range of voltage and power rating and we develop a strategy built on a consistent investment in research and development in the electrical / technical field.
Investing in this way enables us to develop leading-edge products that have been customised to meet the client’s needs, while boosting energy efficiency and reliability, and significantly reducing operating costs.
Support services for rolling stock
We offer a complete range of services and solutions adapted to meet customers’ expectations. Our technical assistance team provides the necessary support and guarantees equipment reliability and efficiency during the useful lifetime of the vehicle.
In addition, we offer other services such as training, after-sales assistance and maintenance.
Commitment to quality and sustainable development
Ingeteam is an IRIS and ISO certified company.
The group has a strong commitment to continuous improvement and sustainable development, with an active presence in the economic, social and cultural development of the regions where it is involved.
Promoting the use of renewable energy, the efficient use of natural resources and the recycling of waste are integral parts of the group’s environmental policy.
In terms of corporate social responsibility, Ingeteam is constantly pursuing innovative solutions aimed at achieving the highest rate of satisfaction for both clients and all those who deal with the Group.
INGESYSTM RCM is a remote condition monitoring solution that allows you to capture and log operational data on the various elements of a train for subsequent analysis in a remote, Cloud-based control centre using advanced monitoring and analysis tools.
INGETEAM has developed a new INGETRAC high power converter.
Investments made by Ingeteam in 2018 have showed consolidation within the railway industry.
INGETRAC Medium Power traction converter is a modular and compact solution that can be fitted on roof, under-frame or machine room cabinets to ensure integration in various railway vehicle designs and requirements.
Ingeteam's development of solutions and systems for the efficient exchange of energy, combined with our know-how on rolling stock engineering and rail operations, allow us to offer solutions that allow all parties actively involved in the railway sector to implement significant improvements.
Ingeteam has obtained a contract to design and supply traction equipment for seven multi-voltage (3kV DC/25kV 50Hz AC) electric multiple units, manufactured by PESA in Poland.
Ingeteam has announced it will be attending the Rail Live! 2019 event held in Bilbao, Spain.
Ingeteam has opened a new facility for the manufacture of electronic power and control equipment, which the company will use to supply power converters for applications in railway traction.
Ingeteam will be exhibiting at InnoTrans 2018, taking place in Berlin, Germany on 18-21 September with leading companies from the railway sector.
Following an order for high-power traction systems for electric locomotives in Poland, Ingeteam's engineering and R&D team has carried out several improvements on the traction converter and high-voltage cell.
Ingeteam will supply the German company Schalker Eisenhütte Maschinenfabrik (Schalke) with traction converters and other equipment for the new platform of multi-system service and shunting locomotives, offered mainly for urban rail applications.
For the first time, this system developped by INGETEAM to recover energy from train braking, will be installed in the Americas.
Ingeteam has signed a contract with Talgo for the supply of equipment for four high-speed tractor units for Uzbekistan, thereby helping to extend the country's fleet of electric traction vehicles.
Wiener Linien has selected Ingeteam to provide an energy recovery system that will allow the company to lower its CO² emissions and cut its energy bill.
Ingeteam and Istem are to install an advanced energy-recovery system in the Barcelona Metro.
Ingeteam has been selected by metro operator Brussels Inter-communal Transport Company (STIB) to supply five energy recovery systems which, together with other measures, will reduce energy costs and allow the company to lower its C02 emissions by 40% until 2030.
The kinetic energy recovery system developed by INGETEAM, INGEBER, has been deployed with success at a 3,000Vdc system for the first time.
Ingeteam Power Technology, S.A. has now obtained International Railway Industry Standard (IRIS) certification. The IRIS regulations are internationally accepted rules for the quality management systems to be applied by railway manufacturers and their equipment suppliers. IRIS has been developed by UNIFE, in close cooperation with the leading railway system builders.
Ingeteam Strengthens Its Internationalisation Strategy with the Opening of Subsidiaries in India and South Africa
Ingeteam recently opened two new subsidiaries, one in the African Continent and another in the Asian Continent; thus strengthening its internationalisation strategy. The subsidiary in the African Continent is located in South Africa. In Asia, where Ingeteam is already firmly established in China, it has strengthen its presence in the continent with the opening a new subsidiary in India, more specifically in Gurgaon, located just to the south of New Delhi.
INGETEAM is presenting at the UITP Exhibition in Dubai, from 10 to 13 April, 2011 on Hall 7, stand B250. Everyday, INGETEAM experts will be presenting latest advances on energy recovery systems for railways. INGETEAM has developed INGEBER, the energy recovery system with feed