We reinforced safety at the Howard water-treatment-plant in Panama Oeste district.
A customised 3875 kVA generator set will ensure the operation of the infrastructure in the event of grid failures or outages.
Panama has been a key part of Genesal Energy’s business strategy from the very beginning, when the company began its international expansion more than 25 years ago. Abundant natural resources and a great future from the energy point of view are just two of the attractions of this Central American country and hence its presence in the company’s strategic plans.
One of the new projects carried out by Genesal Energy on Panamanian soil consists of reinforcing safety in one of the country’s most important infrastructures: the Howard water-treatment-plant, supplying drinking water to almost 200,000 people.
The Howard plant is located less than 25 kilometres from Panama City, in Panama Oeste district and the works, which budget exceeds 211 million dollars, have been promoted by the Administration (Panama Canal Authority).
The project developed by Genesal Energy consists of the manufacture, supply and commissioning of an emergency unit to shield the power supply in any situation.
A 3.875 kVA unit that has been installed in a customised 45 feet container with an external exhaust system and air coolers on the roof to withstand high temperatures. Water supply must be guaranteed for those 200,000 in the area.
- 45 feet HC PW Container
- Air Coolers
- Vertical Exhaust system
- Engine compartment ventilation
- 13800 V High Voltage Genset
- Supply: 45 feet HC PW Container
- PRP: 3.525 kVA
- STP: 3.875 kVA
- Voltage: 13800V
- Frequency: 60Hz
- rpm: 1800
- Engine: MTU
- Alternator: Mecc Alte