USACE AWARDS UNITROL F UPGRADES TO REIVAX
Montreal (March 31st, 2023) – REIVAX NORTH AMERICA, a leading provider of excitation systems and digital governors, was awarded a contract to design, manufacture and install front-end control kits to upgrade four (4) ABB UNITROL F excitation systems.
The contract includes replacement of the exciter controls, SCR bridge interface boards and new 15″ HMI panels. REIVAX will also furnish and install new 15kV cables to feed the Excitation transformers and new AC excitation breakers as part of the contract.
Each new updated system will feature REIVAX redundant RTX Power excitation controllers, which will provide the customer with modernized technology, reliable operation and access to parts and technical support.
“REIVAX has an inherent knowledge of ABB UNITROL excitation systems and REIVAX RTX Power excitation controller has successfully replaced many aging excitation controllers from ABB, Basler, GE, Siemens and other OEMs. We are very thankful to once again have the opportunity to work with US Army Corp’s Tulsa district” said Mike Wallin, CEO and President of REIVAX NORTH AMERICA
REIVAX is honoured to once again work with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). Once installed, there will be forty four (44) REIVAX excitation systems installed with USACE in the MRO and SERC regions.
REIVAX NORTH AMERICA, part of a global company, headquartered in Montreal with manufacturing in Houston, provides solutions in static excitation systems and digital governors. Our high-performance systems offer customers increased reliability while creating simplicity in the station from our very intuitive Human Machine Interface panels and easily maintained equipment. We provide our customers with complete support through commissioning, training, spare parts and service available 24 hours per day year-round through our toll-free number 1-877-7REIVAX.
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