wo AKSA AD825 kVA – standby and synchronous gensets have been sold to the Qashqadaryo diesel fuel production refinery in Uzbekistan.

The Qashqadaryo diesel fuel production refinery. Each genset features a DP222LC heavy duty HYUNDAI diesel engine which is four-stroke, water cooled, turbocharged & intercooled. Each package has a direct injection fuel system, an electronic Governor system, a 12/24 V D.C. starter and charge alternator, replaceable fuel filter, oil filter and dry element air filter.

Other features include a cooling radiator and fan, a starter battery (with lead acid) including Rack and Cables, a flexible fuel connection hoses and manual oil sump drain valve, an industrial capacity exhaust silencer and steel bellows, a jacket water heater(at automatic models) and operation manuals and circuit diagram documents.

The alternator offers a brushless, single bearing system, flexible disc, 4 poles, iInsulation class H, standard degree of protection  IP21 (*IP22/IP23 is available, self-exciting and self-regulating. This is Impregnated with tropicalised epoxy varnish, a solid-state Automatic Voltage Regulator and a Stator winding with 2/3 pitch for improved harmonics.

Control supervision and protection panel is mounted on the genset base frame.  The control panel is equipped with an Auto Mains Failure Control Panel,  Control with AMF module, Static battery charger and an Emergency stop pushbutton.

  The DSE7320 MKII is a powerful, new generation Auto Mains (Utility) Failure genset control module with a highly sophisticated level of new features and functions, presented in the usual DSE user-friendly format. It is considered suitable for a wide variety of single, diesel or gas genset applications. Featuring a new Dual Core main processor and extended memory, the module provides faster and more powerful processing power, returning faster operational responses on intensive applications and increased functionality, with data logging facility.  Monitoring an extensive number of engine parameters, the module will display warnings, shutdown and engine status information on the back-lit LCD screen, illuminated LED's, remote PC's and via SMS text alerts (with external communication device).

Uzbekistan's gas-to-liquids plant produces a 1.5 million tonnes a year of synthetic liquid fuels, such as kerosene, diesel, liquefied petroleum gas and naphtha from natural gas, comments production director Kidirbay Kaypnazarov.  The plant consumes 3.6 billion cubic metres of gas per year from the nearby Shurtan gas field and processing plant.

Marcel Krause, UzGTL technical director, said South Africa's Sasol (SOLJ.J), involved in the construction of the first gas-to-liquids plant in Qatar, was UzGTL's technology partner alongside U.S. energy major Chevron

May 12, 2024
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