Russia is crisscrossed by a gigantic network of pipelines. In the south of the country, Sunfire-Remote was used for several years to generate electricity for operating safe shut-off valves. The required fuel gas was supplied directly from the high-pressure pipeline.
Russia spans a vast network of pipelines. In the south of the country, Sunfire-Remote was used for several years to generate power for the operation of safe shut-off valves. The required fuel gas was supplied directly from the high-pressure pipeline.
In Russia, our power generators proved their strengths under extreme conditions and reliably supplied electricity. In addition, our customers benefited from the heat generated by the fuel cells, which provided a warming refuge for pipeline workers in the cold.
Sunfire-Remote is ideally suited for use in pipeline environments, as the required natural gas is sourced directly from the adjacent pipeline.
The challenges of coping with extreme temperatures in the range of -45 °C and +40 °C, as well as hard-to-reach locations in winter, have been successfully overcome. Combined heat and power generation, remote control and minimized consumption are some of the advantages offered by this solution.
Learn more about our proven solutions for powering pipelines in Russia and how Sunfire-Remote delivers reliable results under extreme conditions. Contact us for more information to our innovative technologies.