The Intercontinental Energy Need of The Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge is Supplied by FG Wilson Turkey
(15.08.2016) The energy need of The Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge that is being constructed over The Bosphorus Strait with a massive investment is to be supplied by FG Wilson generators. The bridge will be the widest and the longest suspension bridge with rail systems on it and has the tallest towers among its kind and FG Wilson Turkey is to generate its energy needs.
The massive investment that connects Europe and Asia has 4 generators with a total installed generator power of 2500 kVA.
FG Wilson generators are located on both European and Anatolian legs of the bridge and will communicate via BMS systems.
FG Wilson generators are to provide energy to every inch of the bridge such as,
- Towers and road lightings
- Tower escalators
- Service pumps
- Dehumidification units
- Architectural lightings
Since 1966 FG Wilson Generator Systems Co. is Europe’s biggest and world’s leading brand and it is preferred by global and local big investments. FG Wilson Turkey’s team ensures the continuous working of the generator systems with their customer-oriented pre-sales and after-sales services.
The 3rd Bosporus Bridge’s generator systems with can supply uninterrupted energy to:
- One mall of 30.000 m2
- Two 5 star hotels
- One hospital with 300-bed capacity
INTERCONTINENTAL UNINTERRUPTED ENERGY
FG Wilson Turkey and Regional CEO Mr. Köksal Er said: “The North Marmara Highway and The Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge which are one of the biggest investments in Turkey recently are to contribute to the continuity of intercontinental life. In a project like this the uninterrupted and continuous supply of energy is of vital importance for comfortable transportation. As FG Wilson Turkey, we are very proud to provide the necessary energy for the continuity the intercontinental life on The Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge with our generator systems that are tested in our multi-million-dollar Excellence Center in Belfast, UK. Our brand is the guarantee of uninterrupted supply of The Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge’s energy need.”