EURO-DIESEL attended DCD at London ExCel on the 18 & 19 November 2015; a key exhibition in the Data centre events calendar with over 130 speakers giving 90 sessions over the two days. [+]
EURO-DIESEL continues to enjoy one of its busiest order books, with projects secured from all corners of the globe, and the Company is building on this momentum and strengthening its UK sales team. Rob Pitt, UK Managing Director comments: “We are enjoying significant sales growth in many of the markets we serve worldwide. Now is the time to capitalise on this momentum.
Lifting a 1500 kVA DRUPS onto the roof of a 10 storey building in one of the busiest areas of North London is no mean feat.[+]
Pictures of containerized units ordered by MOLYB filial CODELCO presently transiting to their final destination in Mejillones (Chile). The units will be set to service before the end of the year.
On Thursday, September 17, 2015, Stijn Briers, Partick Scarpa, Manuel Santiago Fernandes, Corinne Volders and Hélène Herwats attended one of the most known job fairs in Belgium: Talentum; it was the regional edition which took place in Liège.
On 19th May 2015, the international investment manager 3I Group plc (“3i”) has reached an agreement with our current shareholder Buy Out Fund for the acquisition of our company.[+]
The NO-BREAK KS® is such a simple piece of equipment that one might think of it as a conventional generator-set. It is made up of a Diesel Engine that is coupled to a Stato-Alternator, via an Electromagnetic Clutch. The Stato-Alternator is the combination of a Kinetic Energy Accumulator and a Synchronous machine.
The NO-BREAK KS® also includes a control panel and a choke/power panel.
How does it work?
In the heart of the NO-BREAK KS®‚ is its kinetic energy accumulator; a clever but simple system to store and retrieve kinetic energy.
In conditioning mode, the AC winding is powered to generate a rotating magnetic field which turns the outer rotor to the speed of maximum 3000 rpm. However, the relative speed between inner and outer ring of the bearings is only 1500 rpm, since the shaft itself is rotating at 1500 rpm.
In independent mode, the DC winding is powered and the outer rotor is electrically coupled to the inner rotor by induction. Its kinetic energy is transferred to the inner rotor -- it drives it. This energy transfer is regulated by accurately controlling the current injected into the DC winding.
To know how the NO-BREAK KS® operates, click here.