An installation by Turkish generator set supplier Emsa is helping a Russian water treatment plant maintain its vital processes, even when the city’s mains supply runs dry.
Russia’s capital and most populated city, Moscow, is continually developing and refining its infrastructure to meet the needs of more than 12 million people who live there.
This path of ongoing progression can be seen as clearly as anywhere in the city’s municipal water treatment facilities.
Treating water, so it’s safe and clean for customers, requires a number of important processes. From the initial pumping and storage of water, to the removal of contaminants, other filtering and purification, it’s a power-hungry business. What’s more, because water is such a vital commodity, it’s essential that a treatment plant’s processes can run uninterrupted.
It was this need for continuous power that led one of the city’s key treatment plants to search for a reliable standby solution that would protect its operations at all times.
“Perkins was the right choice for this application because of its excellent aftersales service support. Our client can rely on Perkins engine expertise and technical experts to handle any issue quickly and ensure the site’s standby power source operates reliably and consistently for our customer.”
S. Gokhan Guner, Emsa Deputy Export Director