Technology is one of the major advances in the 21st century and thermoelectric power generating equipment exists with the ability to provide electricity with minimal technical losses. That’s why Lufussa as a company that continues to innovate has acquired the most modern and sophisticated equipment installed in Pavana I, Pavana II and Pavana III thermal plants, which is regularly updated with the acquisition of new software to generate clean and reliable energy.
“As engineers we were trained at the University of Texas on mechanisms and methods of suppression of industrial fires. The staff working in plants is instructed 3 times a year and engineers once a year,” said Daniel Francisco Calero, supervising engineer in Industrial Hygiene and Safety of Pavana III plant and occupational charge on all 3 floors.
“We have all the equipment available to fight industrial fires. The teams allow us to deal with any fire and no damage or burns” said Calero.
On the other hand, Daniel said that “each panel measures the frequency and generates the status information of the engines, which make the measurements and the information generated by the ENEE is observed. No country can survive without thermoelectric power. In the United States, which is a world power, 60 percent of the country’s energy is thermoelectric”.
“The Pavana III plant is divided into 4 engines bays, 2 bays for each engine room, for a total of 16 engines working on a normal schedule. For example, our supply commitment can go up or down depending on the energy demand that the country has. We usually work with 15 engines, leaving one in maintenance” concluded the engineer.