Back in April shentongroup announced that we had won a 5.5 MVA Generator project. We can now proudly announce that six of the ten 550 kVA Generators are now off the production line ahead of schedule.
The client wanted 2 New 385 kVA Generators installed in separate areas of the site one of which needed the installation of a Hot Air Out Duct section and also a Twin walled Exhaust to the Roof of the Building.
We at shentongroup were asked to provide a Generator for a Major Hospital in the South, the client needed a New 440kVA unit connected to their existing AMF Panel.
A major university in the Midlands now has backup power thanks to shentongroup.
shentongroup successfully completed another Generator installation recently at a school in Wales. This project was built around a 500Kva standby Generator and also included a Fuel fill cabinet which was recessed into the School perimeter fence with Power Pipe leading to the Generator base tank.
With one day completed at Data Centre World and another already under way today, shentongroup are having a very successful time at this exhibition.
Standby Diesel generators, especially those in inner-city or urban areas, can often require planning permission. With stricter guidelines around air quality and environmental health, planning for generators is a complex topic.
Requirements vary regionally, but the guidance below will help you find local contacts and answer some common questions to find out how standby generator planning impacts your project requirements.
A recent project showed the use of AMF panels to meet the requirements of a Bristol based IT company that required a cost effective relocation of their existing back up power supply.
Automatic mains failure (AMF) panels, often referred to as automatic transfer switch (ATS) panels, make the power switch to emergency standby generators in the event of a significant loss of mains power or total blackout. Without AMF panels, generators need to be operated manually and that can mean lost data, potential damage to electrical equipment, and huge amounts of disruption.
From minor incidents to major disasters, there is no doubt this event will have a financial impact on your business. To evaluate the cost to your business you need to work out the following: