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Saadyat Island District Cooling Plant

General

Client:
PAL Technology

As a subsidiary of PAL Group, PAL Technology is involved in District Cooling, Desalination Plants, Water Transmission lines, residential and commercial Construction, infrastructure works along with dredging and marine engineering and is a complete solution provider for the construction, utilities and infrastructure.

Location:
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Completion Date:
October 2014

Consultant:
Architects Crang & Boake Inc.

Contract Type:
Design, Supply, Installation Supervision, and Commissioning of the Integrated Instrumentation, PLC, and SCADA system.

Cooling Capacity:
16,000TR

TES Tank:
20,000 Ton-Hr ThermalĀ  Energy Storage (TES) tank

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Project Scope:
The DCP4 is built to serve the New York University in Saadiat Island, Abu Dhabi through providing chilled water to the Energy Transfer Stations within the university building.

The scope of works consists of designing and building of DCP with the ultimate capacity of 16,000TR.

Phase 1 consists of complete civil works and building services for chiller capacity of 9,000TR and TES of 2,500TR. Phase 2 include the addition of 4,500TR chiller capacity along with its ancillaries.

Process:
District Cooling provides chilled water from a centralized cooling station, through a network of pipes, for air-conditioning purposes.

Our Solution:
Redundant Allen-Bradley ControlLogix PLC System; Redundant Rockwell Automation FactoryTalk View Site Edition SCADA System, and Siemens/E+H Instrumentation system.

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