King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, is undergoing major expansion works that include the construction of a brand new terminal building, and other airport facilities. The airport targets to reach a capacity of 70 to 80 million passengers a year. Saudi Binladen Group, the country’s largest contractor, is in charge of the project, which includes the construction of 2 new data centers within the airport site. [+]
Specialist Export Services Pty Ltd, our distributor in Australia, has finalized the installation and commissioning of Uninterrupted Power Supply systems for phase 1 of the new Global Switch massive datacentre in Sydney. The 11 kV NO-BREAK KS® systems from EURO-DIESEL will provide 100% back up power for the entire site. The world class IP closed ring design guarantees the facility will never lose power under any emergency. [+]
SRF est une entreprise spécialisée dans la fabrication de produits industriels intermédiaires à base de produits chimiques. Son portefeuille d'activités couvre des secteurs très variés tels que les textiles techniques, les produits chimiques fluorés, les films d'emballage et les matériaux plastiques.
En Inde, où son siège social est établi, la société est leader du marché dans la plupart de ces domaines, mais elle exerce également ses activités dans deux autres pays : la Thaïlande et l'Afrique du Sud. [+]
L’hôpital de Kuopio, à 400 km au nord d’Helsinki, la capitale finlandaise, accueille depuis le mois de Septembre 2014 nos premiers systèmes d’alimentation dynamique sans coupure.
Le marché finlandais, traditionnellement acquis aux systèmes statiques, commence donc petit à petit à s’ouvrir à la technologie dynamique en raison notamment de deux avantages majeurs: la simplicité d’installation et le gain d’espace. [+]
Only a year after establishing its representative offices in Russia, EURO-DIESEL has installed its NO-BREAK KS® equipment in one of the largest data centres in Russia at the Datapro Company.
Datapro is a private provider of colocation services in Russia. The designed capacity of this Moscow based data centre is huge and it is a Tier III Design and Facility Certified by the Uptime Institute. [+]
A datacentre located in Bern-Wankdorf and owned and operated by Swiss telco, Swisscom has been awarded the energy prize 'Watt d'Or' in the category 'Renewable energies' by a jury under the patronage of the Swiss Federal Office for Energy.
The jury said the datacentre is one of the most secure, modern and energy-efficient such facilities in Europe. Only outside air and rainwater is used for cooling. The operator has also abandoned the use of polluting refrigerants, and feeds its waste heat into the city council's new heating network.
Last summer, the Bern-Wankdorf facility was awarded Tier IV Design Certification by the Uptime Institute.
The manufacturing process of mixed signal (digital and analogue) chips for microelectronics is an extremely sophisticated process demanding a very strict manufacturing environment.
These chips are used for telephone switchboards, GSM chipsets, ADSL modems, in Bluetooth technology and in the area of automation for access control, sensors, airbags, and in Xe light control. Other applications are for computer peripheral hardware such as control motors for printers, scanners and battery management systems.
A Belgium based manufacturer of such chips found it necessary to undertake detailed research of its site before placing the first stone on a new factory's foundation. Part of the study involved checking the power supply quality and site vibrations. Any loss of electrical power or disturbance in the building could seriously damage the production process. in addition, any impact on production would result in serious financial losses.
The site analysis included monitoring the quality of the power supply delivered by the utility. It was found that disruptions (voltage dips, spikes, and transient interference) occurred approximately eight times per year and lasted less than one second. In addition to this, complete power failure occurred approximately once per year. The consequences of these incidents could then be associated to financial losses by calculating the amount of scrap product, the costs to clean and re-instate production lines and the personnel shift time lost.
It was found very profitable to invest on an Uninterruptible Power Supply and to install it on the new site. The DRUPS would clean up the mains power and guarantee production continuity with no interuption should the mains fail.
EURO-DIESEL was contacted by the customer's engineers to help solve the power problems at the site and also to help meet the stringent environmental constraints, particularly with respect to vibration levels.
The engineers opted to split the site load into critical and non-critical elements to enable the optimum use of the diesel back-up.
EURO-DIESEL proposed a DRUPS system comprising of two EURO-DIESEL NO-BREAK E1®SB machines and housed in containers located outside the factory. The noise level was kept within narrow tolerances to comply with the stringent local regulation and the containers were mounted on heavily reinforced concrete slabs, isolated from the surrounding ground by polystyrene layers.
The NO-BREAK E1®SB system is an original solution enabling both critical and non-critical loads to be supported from one machine in the event of a mains failure.
In normal operation the mains power to the critical load is fed through a choke working in conjunction with a synchronous generator, which filters the mains power and provides voltage stabilisation. Meanwhile, non-critical loads are fed directly from the mains as normal.
When the mains power fails, the back-up diesel engine is started in less than 3 seconds. During this time the critical load is supported by the stored kinetic energy in the uniquely designed EURO-DIESEL accumulator and it suffers no interruption. The non-critical loads will experience a short outage of approximately 12 seconds and are then reconnected to the NO-BREAK E1®SB.