Home Brisbane Water Standby for Pump Stations

    Brisbane Water Standby for Pump Stations

    Brisbane Water Standby for Pump Stations

    Location/Site Client Date Duration
    52 Locations {tag_client} 2003—Current -

    Brisbane, Queensland

    Project/Overview
    To design and manufacture 52 generators, which would supply standby power to various sewerage and water pumping stations around the metropolitan area. Generators were required to accept load immediately on a start signal in the event of a power failure. This prevented the wet wells from overflowing. The generators were required to withstand rugged locations and extreme conditions, and be quickly deployable with minimum impact on location and staff.

    Our Involvement
    The gensets were encased in stainless steel acoustic enclosures to prevent anticipated on-site corrosion and attain acoustic levels of 55dBA at 1 metre – meeting the applicable inner city noise restriction. The units were also fitted with full monitoring and safety protection, which included stop/start capabilities from a control centre via telemetry. This enabled staff to remotely monitor and control all units in the event of bad weather or a loss of mains power.

    Outcomes/Benefits
    • Stainless steel canopies and external hardware
    • Fully bunded to suit environmental conditions
    • Hook and carry truck compatible for quick deployment
    • 55dBA @ 1 metre
    • “Powerlok” quick connect AC power cable connections

    Downloads

Are you receiving our latest deals?

Subscribe to Eneraque mail to be the first to know about new products and exclusive offers.

We keep your information private. Read our Privacy Policy.