South Humber Bank Energy Centre

Located in Lincolnsire, South Humber Bank is a gas-fired power station.

The plant draws cooling water from the adjacent River Humber and generates 15.75kV for the National Grid. In addition to water cooling, the site also has a cooling system powered by hydrogen gas.

The Project

The requirement was for a system replacement, whilst retaining the original rack enclosures to house the new modules. The site required a 15 zone Public Address/General Alarm (PA/GA) system to be installed as a de-centralised network.

Additional Project Requirements

  • Original rack enclosures to be retained for the new system installation.
  • Full site survey, including cabling, rack locations and viability for swap-out.
  • Health & Safety and risk assessment.
  • Consultation with all parties concerned for system requirements, day or night works and preferred completion dates.
  • Plan for works prepared and RAMs documents issued.
  • End user and customer updated at all times.
  • Project completed over two phases as requested by the end user.

Cost Effectiveness

  • Value engineered.
  • Designed for optimum efficiency.
  • Five year warranty and additional 15 years product support.
  • No licence fees – ever.
British Standards BS5839-8 Code of Practice
Functionality
PA/GA System

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