Vilson KZ Powers Akkol Data Centre

FG Wilson dealer in Kazakhstan, Vilson Kz, is currently in the process of  supplying a P2000E unit to NAIZA-KURYLYS, one Kazakhstan’s leading construction companies. 

With a value of almost $180k, the generator set is due to be installed in a data center in Akkol city, situated in the Akmolinsk region of Kazakhstan, by the end of 2016.  VilsonKz secured the order from Eurostock and the unit will be containerized locally.  The Akkol data center requires a silent generator, set in a Vilson Kz local container at 75dBA noise level, including 1000 litre internal fuel tank. The picture shows the loading of containerized P2000E for delivery to the customer site.

Erbol Abdiev, Director of Sales Vilson KZ, said

This unit is second step of the project the stand-by power station for the data center in Akkol city. Some years ago Vilson Kz already delivered two P1100E1 gensets for this customer. During the operation FG Wilson units proved extremely reliable and have received great feedback from technical specialists of the customer. So when the client became necessary to increase the capacity of the energy complex he chosen FG Wilson again.

We are delighted to have been selected for this challenging date centre project, which highlights our ability to be flexible, come up with solutions and quickly resolve any unforeseen issues. One of Vilson Kz’s assets is the ability to modify the design to suit ever changing site requirements.  

Since 2006 we have  supplied NAIZA-KURYLYS with over 20 FG Wilson generator sets, ranging from 10 - 2000 kVA. We have a strong and proven technical capability for a job of this nature and a long standing relationship with the client, who has confidence in our equipment, knowledge and level of service, Lead times were critical for this project and our ability to supply a P2000E unit in 2 weeks from FG Wilson Eurostock, helped secure the deal. Another key strength was our ability to build a strong partnership with the contractor and to work well as a team to get the job done.”