PROJECT: Waste Water Treatment PlantPRODUCT TYPE:
Power Generation LOCATION: Buffalo, NY TIME FRAME: 2011 SUMMARY:
Model Units: SD300
System Configuration: 300kW, 480 VAC
Application Background: Public bid for backup power of WWTP in South Buffalo, NY area.
Solution: Worked with installing contractor to supply and install indoor unit.
PROJECT: Data Center Generator BackupPRODUCT TYPE:
Power Generation LOCATION: Rochester, NY TIME FRAME: 2014 SUMMARY:
Model Units: 2 x MD350 Generators
System Configuration: 700kW, 480 VAC
Application Background: Design build project with end user, engineer, electrical contractor
Solution: Designed and applied a complete back up power system for an existing data canter from the Generators, transfer switches, UPS system and power distribution.
PROJECT: IT Data Center Expansion SupportPRODUCT TYPE:
Power Generation LOCATION: Clarkson University-Potsdam, NY TIME FRAME: 2014 SUMMARY:
Model Units: 2×200 initial capacity, (3) MG200 final capacity
System Configuration: 600kW, 480 VAC
Application Background: Customer needed to update existing IT space, old facility was renovated into an IT data center with raised floor, redundant UPS systems. Future Expansion was expected into an adjacent space to host IT customers from various other institutions and area business.
Solution: Initial project consisted of a 2×200 kW NG MPS system located in basement of renovated building. Generator bus supported Life Safety and the main data center via a LS ATS, a main IT ATS supporting UPS and AC systems. A year later a third MG200 was added to support the expansion of the Colocation data center as well as provide redundancy to the main data center. A new ATS was added to support LS loads in an adjacent space.
PROJECT: SG150 Gas GeneratorPRODUCT TYPE:
Power Generation LOCATION: Buffalo, NY TIME FRAME: 2012 SUMMARY:
This was a public bid spec project. We worked with Buffalo Engineering to help design a natural gas generator system for the campus. A milestone was met with Buffalo engineering to supply and have the first gear drive generator accepted for this engineering firm.