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Site inspections are carried out to assess the on-site infrastructure, such as space, building materials and how the supplied equipment could potentially be installed. Ahead of the design specification, the site inspection will identify any potential challenges and constraints associated with the project.
Our technically trained mechanical and electrical design engineers are highly experienced in providing engineering solutions for gas and diesel power generation projects within existing buildings and new energy centres.
We use state-of-the-art 3D Computer Aided Design (CAD) tools, including Autodesk AutoCAD, Inventor, Revit, Navisworks and Solidworks, which are used under the Building Information Modelling (BIM) initiative to improve collaboration of services, to improve efficiency of operation, reduce waste and associated costs. Our electrical design engineers are also capable of using the electrical design tool AMTECH to verify the electrical designs.
In using these CAD tools, our design engineers provide mechanical and electrical schematics, detailing the design layout of the plant. Furthermore, 3D CAD modelling assists and helps visualise the final product and evaluates the designs throughout the project phase, helping to meet the strategic objectives of the power generation project.
Our engineered control panel systems and containerisation of plant is built at our in-house state-of-the-art manufacturing facility based in Lisburn, Northern Ireland.
The control panel system is designed and manufactured to communicate with the MWM TEM engine system and incorporates leading genset management application ComAP. This allows our engineers to communicate and control the entire on-site eco-system and grid synchronisation.
Our engineers design and build to the bespoke requirement of each installation and accommodate for ambient and heat temperatures, noise attenuation and adhere to site specific requirements.
All our designs comply with all UK electrical and gas installation regulations and are manufactured to meet all UK and European standards. The overall container is designed with construction and operational health and safety in mind as required by UK regulations.
The containerisation of plant offers a smart and efficient ‘plug and play’ approach to plant installation and commissioning. Due to its modular design, an Edina containerised solution can be rapidly disassembled and redeployed, offering a low risk and attractive proposition for asset funders.
Enable expedited site installation
Provide low maintenance cost
Ensure maximum high availability
Manufactured in the UK
Our modular systems enable quick availability and ensure low costs.
Our containers offer more gain through optimum tuning of all components.
Our flexible plant configuration to suit your power needs.
Our smart container concept facilitates the daily operation.
Our containers provide high availability and low service costs.
If you are looking to take control of your energy needs and produce power close to the point of use, we would love to hear about your project requirements and help power your future. If you would like to discuss your project, please contact us.