BLOWN TRANSFORMER: MAINTAINING HOSPITAL OPERATIONS

Location

Yorkshire, UK

Demand

Fuelling generators

Solution

TransCube Global tanks

Response

Solution delivered in 2-hours

"Power outages: When you need an emergency generator fuelled fast, TransCube Global delivers”

Keeping critical care open

When our customer received an urgent call from a large hospital reporting a blown transformer, they knew response times were critical. They needed an immediate, short term fuel storage solution to power temporary generators – delivered, commissioned, and filled with environmentally secure diesel – fast.

With immediate stock availability of tanks proven to offer uninterrupted energy in exactly these acute situations, the supplier was ready to keep the hospital’s healthcare and back-office operations open for care. When the unexpected happens, we’re here with safe, tried and tested solutions where consistent power is vital.

Project Solution

Fast to the frontline

Just 2-hours after receiving the call, our customer delivered a 5,000kVA generator, connected to a TransCube Global tank. The 20TCG model holds an impressive 2,091 litres of fuel – and is easily transportable (even filled with fuel). Perfect to bridge the gap when a power outage strikes.

This popular tank is trusted by power generation specialists to deliver and is normally available ex-stock. It can supply up to 3-pieces of equipment simultaneously, and is ideal for sites with limited access, eliminating the risk of downtime and interruption to vital equipment, keeping you operating when it matters.

The Product

TransCube Global Tanks

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“Two hours after receiving the call, our customer delivered a generator, fuelled by the TransCube Global”

The Results

Fast response – 2-hours from enquiry to solution
Efficiency – Uninterrupted power through outage
Small footprint – compact solution for tight spaces
Proven technology – trusted by power generation specialists
Ready – ex-stock tanks for immediate delivery
“Proven to offer uninterrupted energy in exactly these acute situations, we were ready to keep the hospital’s operations open for care”

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