Ortea, a leading power quality company, has recently secured the supply of 12 voltage stabilisers for a new hospital under construction in the heart of Turkmenistan.
THE PROBLEM: FREQUENT VOLTAGE FLUCTUATIONS
Voltage fluctuations are a constant challenge in Turkmenistan, generating significant inconvenience and additional costs related to the quality of the power supplied. The continuous availability of stable supply voltage, independent of input fluctuations, is very often the key to ensuring efficiency and reliability for the end user.
Reduced productivity, loss of data, loss of safety, machine failures, inaccurate information and domestic disturbances are just a few examples of potential problems caused by an unstable power supply.
ORTEA SOLUTION: THE VOLTAGE STABILISER
In the case of voltage fluctuations, the stabiliser is the most cost-effective solution.
To solve this specific customer’s problems, top-of-the-line Sirius voltage stabilisers have been identified and will be installed downstream of the MV transformers within a dedicated electrical substation.
This equipment guarantees voltage stability for the hospital’s entire electrical system, neutralising the negative effects of voltage fluctuations and enabling smooth and constant operation.
With an established presence of 20 years in this region, Ortea actively contributes to energy stability by eliminating additional costs caused by poor power quality. A timely and reliable after-sales service, rooted in the region, ensures business continuity, intervening promptly in the event of faults or malfunctions.
The order involves the installation of:
- 8 Sirius 2500kVA voltage stabilisers with ±15% regulation
- 4 Sirius 3200kVA voltage stabilisers with ±15% regulation
TURKMENISTAN REHABILITATION AND PHYSIOLOGY HOSPITAL: A CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE
The voltage stabilisers will be installed at the Turkmenistan Rehabilitation and Physiology Hospital in Ashgabat.
When the contract is awarded in 2021, this ultra-modern hospital will extend over a vast area of 67,000 square metres, offering 250 beds, 6 operating theatres and 26 intensive care units. Not only a work of regional significance, but a landmark for rehabilitation and physiology throughout Turkmenistan and Central Asia.
Ortea is proud to contribute to the success of such an advanced and crucial project for the health of the community.