Cape Hinchinbrook lighthouse and Potato Point are microwave communication stations located in the remote reaches of Prince William Sound. These sites are powered by diesel generators and remotely monitored in Valdez, AK by the US Coast Guard. Tec Pro designed, installed, and implemented a replacement generator SCADA system for both unmanned sites. The project included automatic load control, generator load
The project consists of three new heat exchangers with associated mechanical, electrical and controls housed within an addition to the existing Energy Recovery Station building. To incorporate the additional heat exchangers, four plant shut downs were executed to minimalize the city of Anchorage’s fresh water supply. The existing SCADA panels and communications were completely paralleled with the new system for
Influent Pump Station (IPS) with below-grade wet well, above-grade building, 5 submersible wastewater pumps and variable speed drives, monorail, and associated piping and valves. Full SCADA and building automation. Electrical Building (EB) with 2000A switchgear and ATS with bypass, 350kw standby generator, and diesel fuel system with indoor day tank and outdoor diesel fuel storage tank. Full SCADA and building
The project included by-passing existing wet well for major re-coating, new above ground generator, extensive cathodic protection anodes to extend life of existing below grade steel tanks. New transfer switch, pump starters and integration into existing SCADA PLC.
The project included construction of 5 million gallon pre-stressed concrete reservoir and control building. The SCADA system utilizes both radio and fiber based communications to provide a completely automated station.