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We installed generator sets in the Quito Sur Hospital in Ecuador

Ecuador’s Government installs Genesal Energy generator sets in the Quito Sur Hospital, the largest and most modern hospital in the country

Covering almost 90,000 sq./m, costing 226 Million US dollars, and fully operational since December 2017, Ecuador’s largest and most up to date hospital has been built in South Quito, the capital.

Covering almost 90,000 sq./m, costing 226 Million US dollars, and fully operational since December 2017, Ecuador’s largest and most up to date hospital has been built in South Quito, the capital.

The project commissioned by the Ecuadorian national health service (IESS), is today a reality, and benefitting the residents of south Quito, in the El Recreo district. This publicly owned hospital with over 400 beds and 50 consultation areas, employs 1800 people. Each one of the 5 buildings within the complex contains a Genesal Energy emergency power genset.

Power cuts in hospitals can lead to critical situations for patients and the doctors and nurses that care for them. It is obviously vital that these types of buildings can continue to function and must not be brought to a standstill.

The high consequences of a power cut mean it is essential to install back up systems that will continue to supply electricity to all the systems, ensuring the medical teams and doctors can continue their work ensuring that patients continue to receive healthcare.

PROJECT AIMS

Due to the risks presented by a power cut the client required a solution that would incorporate gensets with automatic start-up (AMF). GENESAL ENERGY designed six generator sets with different voltages and power ratings, to meet the clients needs in relation to the different load requirements for each building. The objective; a guaranteed power supply in the event of a mains failure permitting the hospital to carry on as normal.

DESIGNED FOR HIGH ALTITUDE

The gensets supplied can give the necessary power at an altitude of 2,800M above sea level, bearing in mind that at this altitude there is less oxygen in the air, meaning the gensets mist work harder.

Additionally the solution had to account for the need to install gensets that would not cause noise contamination, and for this reason soundproofed gensets were supplied with the exhaust system at the top of the canopy.

TECHNICAL DATA

Characteristics common to all the gensets:

• Top canopy exhaust system

• Automatic fuel transfer from external fuel tanks

• Pre-heating resistance included

• Automatic start-up due to mains failure

• Ethernet connection

• PMG excitation system

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