Inmesol has had the pleasure of receiving a visit from a group of engineers from the Saudi Arabia National Water Company (NWC). Our Middle Eastern manager, Jalil Azdem, showed them Madrid’s most emblematic sights before they travelled to our facilities in Murcia.
The NWC engineers were interested in the manufacturing process for Inmesol’s generator sets and in the innovative programming systems in the control units. They were particularly interested in the remote control systems for the sets because they have a network of facilities distributed across the country. Our engineer Hakan Ericsson responded to all their questions and explained the technical details of the various processes and applications.
Controlling Various Generator Sets from Anywhere Around the World
The advanced communication system DSEWebNet allows several generator sets to be controlled in real time from anywhere in the world from any mobile terminal. It also enables the visualisation of a generator’s switchboard from a computer and the remote interaction with its control panel.
The device offers many other advantages to companies like the NWC. By significantly reducing the number of visits to generator sets at various locations, maintenance costs are also reduced. In addition, as the number of technicians who can connect to the system is unlimited, should the generator have a technical problem, they can all access the failure analysis information and work together to resolve it in the best possible way.
NWC Will Use Reserve Inmesol Generator Sets
The Saudi Arabia National Water Company, like other running water supply companies, needs to have backup generator sets when there are power supply failures. Inmesol has supplied NWC with this type of generator so that it can supply its facilities and treatment plants in the event of a power failure.