Satellite Earth Station
GRNZ was approached for supply of temporary Diesel Generators for a major 10 month electrical upgrade at New Zealand's largest purpose-built, tier 1 Satellite Earth Station. The supply consisted of two matched, synchronized, low interference Generators with extended run capability, connected to a single common electrical bus in an N+1 configuration. The customer scope also required construction and integration of various alarm outputs to match the existing 1970's management system feeding back to the customers network operations centre.
Saving the Bacon
An unscheduled mechanical outage at one of New Zealands largest Supermarkets resulted in GRNZ supplying critical backup power for a week while repairs were undertaken. The urgent short notice request resulted in the GRNZ crew supplying, connecting and testing a solution over a weekend without interruption to the customers store operations.
Keeping the heat on
GRNZ recently supplied 11 weeks of temporary power for a scheduled mains cable upgrade. Compounding the complexity were access, the marsh like conditions and the requirement for a super silent, fully automated load supplimenting system. GRNZ supplied a custom one touch, all weather solution with full remote visibility and control, which not only complied with, but exceeded the Auckland Council's residential noise requirements.
A major Supermarket in east Auckland approached GRNZ for a standby power solution while 2 weeks of scheduled Generator maintenance took place. GRNZ supplied and stored a Diesel Generator and accompanying cable set on the customers premises, to be connected if required. The solution included 24 Hour on call support of our connections and maintenance team.
Keeping to schedule
One of the oldest construction companies in New Zealand approached GRNZ when a 15 month transformer delay threatened their high-rise project. GRNZ supplied a long term power solution for their tower crane and kept construction on schedule.
When a catastrophic fire destroyed an entire production plant, GRNZ was engaged for 4 months to supply emergency prime manufacturing power at the customers new facility while the street, transformer and buildings infrastructure were upgraded. The contract included a custom cable supply schedule and ongoing fuel replenishment and support for the duration of the project.