REGULATEURS EUROPA redeveloping Power Management System at Crossness Sewage Works

Power Management System redeveloped at Crossness Sewage Works

pdfArticle published in PREMIER CONSTRUCTION Vol. 19/2013 (Nov, 2013)

The £220 million redevelopment of Crossness Sewage Works, the UK's second largest sewage site near London, is progressing well. The major upgrade is scheduled for completion early next year and set to significantly reduce the amount of storm sewage that overflows into the River Thames during heavy rainfalls. Involved in the redevelopment project is REGULATEURS EUROPA, member company of the HEINZMANN Group. The company is upgrading the existing Power Management System, which was designed and supplied by RE to Crossness Sewage Works in 2003.

REGULATEURS EUROPA Upgrades Control Systems on US Navy Vessels

US Navy Patrol Boat "Cyclone"
US Navy Patrol Boat "Cyclone"

Thirteen "Cyclone" high-speed patrol boats from the US Navy are currently being upgraded to Viking35 control systems. In the process, the original Viking22 propulsion control panels are replaced while the original wiring and on-engine sensors stay in place.

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