Data Center




Our energy, your power.
Always on.

Maximum uptime reliability, Highest energy efficiency, Full modularity.

With years of experience in data center tailor-made power solutions, we work together with our customers from design to operation, throughout every phase of your data center.
Our generators are designed according the Tier classification criteria for data centers applications defined by Uptime Institute.
Data Center Continuous power criteria (DCC) considers diesel generator sets rated for unlimited hours of operation, with no restrictions on average variable load factor.
Through the integration into a complete system of on-board gensets controllers, low/medium voltage power sections, automatic transfer switches, flywheel technologies and supervisioning functions, our paralleling systems ensure synchronization and no-break power transitions under multiple failure response modes, significantly improving reliability, matching data center redundancy requirements.

Key Features

  • Specifically designed for Data Centers and sized in accordance with the DCC (Data Centre Continuous Ratings), and that comply with the regulations of the Uptime Institute that is the internationally recognized body that specifies and certifies how the installations of a Data Center should be designed. DCC ratings will be applicable for any Data Center installation and have been reviewed and approved by the Uptime Institute.
  • Able to incorporate a redundant start-up system, electric and pneumatic, that provides a 100% engine start-up guarantee.
  • The cooling package that we choose is also important in facilities of this type as generator sets are sometimes located on the ground floor or underground, with limited openings to allow air to flow in freely from outside. That is why manufacturers of generator sets have to have a good team of engineers and experience in designing remote cooling systems located in upper floors or on the roof, that cool the engine by means of intercoolers and secondary circuits. Our combined heat and power (CHP) systems can provide a reliable, flexible and continuous power supply along with an additional source of cooling. Using an absorption chiller, the CHP system can transfer heat into ambient cooling to reduce heat produced by servers and save air conditioning costs.
  • The control units can include different communication protocols in order to integrate the generator set, its operating parameters and the alarms in the building’s installation management systems. They can also be remotely monitored and controlled enabling operators to have visibility to power system performance from a Web browser.