Experienced SWT power generator set installations provide peace of mind worldwide. All the expertise, equipment and services needed for complete integration of emergency standby power solutions and gas-powered co-generation for continuous energy supply could be provided.
SWT power supply solutions cover the entire service life of your power system: from planning, development of power designs, installation, integration to long term service.
SWT Industrial Power provides rugged diesel and natural gas generators to provide the standby power for telecomm needed. They work well with critical power components such as UPS systems, rectifiers, and HVAC systems that ensures power will be continuous as the generator starts and runs up to speed.
SWT also provides a range of controllers for remote monitoring that shows all the vital operating parameters of the generator set.
DATA COLLECTION CENTERS NEED MORE POWER
Most providers use data collection centers to receive input from cells phones and other wireless devices and then re-transmit that data. These facilities require substantial backup or even prime power gensets to ensure the flow of information never stops.
Our line of 750 kW – 3.25 MW industrial diesel generators combines the precise components, designed, manufactured, and supported by a single source—SWT Industrial Power. We control every part of the production and testing process—engines, alternators, control systems, enclosures, and base tanks. These components are all specifically designed and built to meet the highest reliability and performance standards.
While diesel has been the traditional fuel choice, many telecommunications companies are now considering the use of natural gas or bi-fuel generators as standby power for telecomm. This is done upon approval of the AHJ, to meet the need for extended runtimes.
TWO NATURAL SOLUTIONS
Natural gas generators offer many benefits. They have reduced emissions compared to diesel generators, the permitting requirements are easier and you are connected to the natural gas pipeline which is rarely impacted by weather or other crisis events.
Bi-Fuel is another great option as you have the strong initial start from a diesel engine and then transition to primarily natural gas under load. These units can also be paralleled to create even larger kW requirements.