Covid-19 facility in Delhi to recieve 20 transformers
20 1000-kV transformers have been sent to a temporary COVID-19 quarantine facility in Delhi.
The transformers will go towards powering an infrastructure capable of 18 MW loads and will require 22 km of cables.
The facility, situated in Radha Soami religious centre in South Delhi, houses 10,000 beds and will be powered by BSES Rajdhani Electric Power Limited (BRPL).
“BRPL has been entrusted to give an electrical load of 18,000 KW. For catering to this massive load necessity, more than 100 discom officers and workers are performing round-the-clock beneath the direct supervision of the company’s senior leadership workforce and in close coordination with the federal government and other departments,” said a company spokesman.
“Twenty 1,000-KW transformers are staying set up for location up the 20 MVA capacity throughout the four areas in the premises. The strains remaining set up at the world’s premier COVID facility conform to most effective international specifications and will be remotely managed from the Supervisory Manage and Information Entry (SCADA) place at Kalkaji.” he continued.
Source: Complete News World
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