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Wagner Power Systems was contracted to provide 2 ea. 5 MW Diesel engine generator sets for standby power at a refinery in Ras Laffan Qatar. Wagner supplied 2 Caterpillar 3616 engines and 2 ABB 5MW medium voltage generators. Also supplied were all ancillary items such as cooling systems, control systems, air starting systems, and paralleling gear. The majority of the fabrication was done in our Albuquerque Cat dealer facility with the final assembly completed onsite by the client and Wagner personnel.
Fort Bliss, Texas
Wagner Power Systems was the chosen supplier of three (3) CAT Gas Engine Generator’s G3516BPGL 1300kw, 13.2kv peak shaving generator sets, for use as a peak shaving power plant at Ft. Bliss in El Paso TX. We chose to use the Caterpillar G3516B generator sets and packaged them in top quality weatherproof enclosures with on engine radiators and exhaust after treatment. This plant will provide Ft. Bliss with a total of 3.9 MW of power during peak demands allowing them to maintain a much lower rate from the local utility. In 2011 Wagner Power Systems packaged a water disposal injection pump to be used in the Amazon jungle by a major South American Oil Producer. For the heart of the package Wagner utilized Caterpillar’s 440 hp, C13 ATAAC diesel engine driven through a Caterpillar TH35-E81 automatic transmission. Wagner developed a heavy duty, spray lubricated, oil field-ready chain box to reduce the output speed of the transmission to a range that would allow the triplex pump to produce 289 gpm at up to 1,386 psi.
To increase the durability of the Cat pump during continuous operation, Wagner installed a supplementary lube oil cooler. Both the engine and transmission are electronically controlled to provide the highest level of efficiency and operator control. All chain box and pump performance parameters are monitored by a PLC using a full suite of instrumentation designed to shift the transmission into neutral if any problems are encountered. The entire package is mounted to an oil field style, rigid skid designed to allow the package to be easily drug or tail-boarded to wherever it is needed. The engine and pump are mounted to the base skid as separate, modular units to allow the end user to easily swap in a swing unit to maximize up-time.Wagner Power Systems was chosen to provide 4 pump packages to pump stored fuel onto tanker ships at a rate of 18,000 gallons per minute. 3606 diesel engines rated 2300 horsepower @ 900 rpm were selected to drive single stage pumps to meet the requirements. The units were supplied on heavy duty skids complete with heat exchangers, prelube pumps, jacket water heaters, exhaust systems and local control panels. The Cat machines were fabricated in Albuquerque and final assembly completed on-site by Wagner Power Systems technicians.