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Power Generation

by Nomadic Systems     based in Langley, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA)

NOMADIC is now offering containerized Power Generators using diesel or propane. These generators are designed to to power the entire camp or just the potable water and sewage treatment system. The NOMADIC electrical team will work with the camp designer to develop a custom generator system to suit any remote work camp. Solar and Wind power back-up ...

Electricity from Gas-Powered Generators

by Clarke Energy     based in Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM

Through on-going investment in research and development GE Jenbacher gas engines remain market leaders in the gas engine field. The engines are highly efficient at the conversion of the energy within gas into useful electrical power.

Remote Combined Heat and Power Generation

by Clarke Energy     based in Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM

In those areas not serviced by a main electricity grid, locally generated electricity is ideally suited as a cost-effective way of meeting the local electricity demand while reducing significant network installation or upgrade costs. Through supply of energy directly at the load, it is also possible to reduce or avoid altogether the transport and ...

JASC - Purge Air Check Valve

by Jansens Aircraft Systems Controls (JASC) Inc.     based in Tempe, ARIZONA (USA)

JASC has manufactured and shipped over 12,000 Purge Air Check Valves for use on heavy-duty gas turbine engines used in power generation. The JASC Purge Air Check Valve is designed for continuous through-air operation with air temperature in excess of 400° F and operating pressure up to 1200 PSIG. JASC’s Purge Air Check Valve is designed ...

JASC - Model 3000 - Smart Fluid Monitor

by Jansens Aircraft Systems Controls (JASC) Inc.     based in Tempe, ARIZONA (USA)

The Smart Fluid Monitor 3000 is capable of detecting a differential between supply and return flows for either liquid or gas media. For water-cooled fuel controls or flame detectors, users can program it to detect leaks of up to 1 gpm, in .1 gpm increments. The Smart Fluid Monitor has the ability to remotely monitor and protect cooling water ...

JASC - Thermal Relief Valve

by Jansens Aircraft Systems Controls (JASC) Inc.     based in Tempe, ARIZONA (USA)

Thermal Relief Valve is a passive valve designed to relieve fuel pressure build-up due to fuel heating. (Thermal expansion yet the Thermal Relief Valve remains closed during normal liquid fuel system operation).

JASC - Liquid Fuel Check Valve

by Jansens Aircraft Systems Controls (JASC) Inc.     based in Tempe, ARIZONA (USA)

The JASC Liquid Fuel Check Valve improves fuel system reliability on dual fuel turbine engines. JASC’s high-flow, zero-leak Liquid Fuel Check Valve is designed to operate with fluids including Stoddard solvent, jet fuels, hydraulic oil, synthetic oil and air.

JASC - Water Cooled Liquid Fuel Check Valve

by Jansens Aircraft Systems Controls (JASC) Inc.     based in Tempe, ARIZONA (USA)

Water Cooled Liquid Fuel Check Valve is a state-of-the-art application and is a modified version of our Liquid Fuel Check Valve that incorporates active cooling of the check valves internals and no changes to fuel lines are necessary. Water Cooled Liquid Fuel Check Valves ensures that a Class 6 seal is maintained in the check and reverse flow ...

Monarch Power - For Solar Power

by Monarch Power Corp.     based in Scottsdale, ARIZONA (USA)

The purpose of Monarch Power Corp is to build products that provide energy generation, storage, and use which are economical, green, beautiful, personal and affordable. Our initial line of products is the Monarch Lotus, which uses concentrated solar power for the production of heat, electricity, refrigeration/air conditioning, water ...

Monarch Power - Solar Power for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

by Monarch Power Corp.     based in Scottsdale, ARIZONA (USA)

The sun is the most ubiquitous, free, personal, and clean energy source. You can locally generate, store, and use solar energy, instead of relying a centralized utility system based on burning fossil fuel. There are two main ways to collect solar power: using flat photovoltaic panels or using sunlight concentrating mirrors. We adopt built in PV ...

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