Grange Industries Group Ltd got in contact with the Energy Generator Sales Project Manager after realising they required a generator for a standby application in order to support their manufacturing facility.
An onsite visit was required due to the nature of the manufacturing facility and to understand in more detail, what the generator would be required to do. It was understood from site research that the generator would need to be sized correctly to allow for large start-up surges from the machinery downstream.
If a generator is not sized correctly, it could cause serious challenges if the start-up power is higher than what the generator can supply. When an appliance first starts up, it will generally use more energy to start running than what it would use when running consistently.
Managed by the Project Manager throughout the time working with Grange Industries Group Ltd, the Energy team were able to identify a suitable generator that could withstand the power required for the manufacturing facility.
The following generator identified for the task:
- Aksa AD410 410kVA Standby power 375kVA Prime power Diesel Generator with canopy
Features of the generator include:
- Doosan Engine
- Mexx Alte Alternator
- Weather protective enclosure
- Deep-Sea Electronics DSE7320 Control panel
- 700L bunded base tank
- 3-way valves
- Koronka 3000L bunded bulk fuel tank with feed & return fittings
Supported by the team at Energy Haulage Ltd, the generators were transported to the site quickly and efficiently, utilising one of the many large vehicles and HIAB cranes suitable for transporting large generators. Once onsite, the generators were installed, commissioned, tested and signed off by our EGS Lead technical engineer Craig, all with positive results.
This generator was purchased by a Mechanical and Electrical facilities management team to utilise the manufacturing of environmental installations. By purchasing a generator with Energy Generator Sales and having it installed and commissioned, Grange Industries now have peace of mind that they have access to power that can support their manufacturing facility should their mains power fail.