Cleaver-Brooks has developed the CBEX DES (dryback elite special) 1,000 hp boiler. Engineered to fit inside a 40-ft shipping container, its compact size enables a complete boiler room to fit within a 53-ft container. According to Cleaver-Brooks officials, this allows the company to include performance guarantees for output capacity, efficiency, turndown, emissions of 30 ppm NOx, and a pressure vessel warranty.
Power management company Eaton has developed the XLM Supercapacitor Energy Storage Module designed to provide fast discharge for bridge events in uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) for mission critical applications. The modules offer a green alternative to lead-acid-batteries and are designed to be maintenance free for grid storage and backup power applications.
Kohler Power Systems has launched its redesigned and expanded Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) product line, designed and manufactured in-house to work with the company’s full range of backup power solutions. The company offers gas-powered units from 25 kW to 400 kW and diesel-powered units from 10 kW to 3,250 kW. To meet the wide variety of demands for the applications its generators are used in, such as data centers, healthcare, water and waste water treatment, the company has created a new line of ATS product offerings flexible enough to meet these demands.
The high-profile equipment involves an efficient, resilient trigeneration plant to provide heating, cooling, and power service. However, UConn’s most critical asset may be its forward-thinking, campus-wide energy strategy. Read more stories in June Issue 2017.