Power Transmission Distribution


We engaged in manufacturing Sub-Station Structures& Bus Equipment Supporting Structures ranging from 11kV to 765kV.

The most common Substation structures types are listed as below: -

1.) Dead-End Structures- H-Frame & A-Frame Structures

2.) Static Poles

3.) Bus Supports/ Equipment Stands-

  • Potential Transformers (PT) Stands
  • Current Transformers (CT) Stands
  • Coupling Capacitor Voltage Transformer (CCVT ) Stands
  • Lightning Arresters (LA)
  • Switch Stands


We engaged in manufacturing Transmission Line Structures ranging upto 765kV line towers. We are manufacturing different types of transmission towers i.e.

1.) A – type tower – angle of deviation 0⁰ to 2⁰. (Tangent Suspension Towers)

2.) B – type tower – angle of deviation 2⁰ to 15⁰. 

3.) C – type tower – angle of deviation 15⁰ to 30⁰. 

3.) D – type tower – angle of deviation 30⁰ to 60⁰

Apart from the above,we manufacture special types of towers listed below

  • River crossing tower
  • Railway/ Highway crossing tower
  • Transposition tower

Based on numbers of circuits carried by a transmission tower as below

  • Single circuit tower
  • Double circuit tower
  • Multi circuit tower


VSP Enterprises Pvt. Ltd. supplies different types of mounting structures based on the solar PV project application. Mounting structures are provided for ground mounted installations, flat rooftops, pitched roof installations, and pole mounted installations. Mounting structural elements including poles, beams, and purlins are manufactured from pre galvanized or hot dipped galvanized MS profiles. The structures are typically designed to withstand wind loads of 150 KMPH. Tilt angles may be varied from 10 to 40 degrees in most cases.

Our Clients:

It's our mission to build a dynamic environment that leads to great work and longstanding relationships with our clients, team and partners. We love to learn with our clients, help them break through internal barriers and at the end of the day, exceed their expectations for what a client/agency partnership can be.