Press Release | SFC Energy receives another Bundeswehr order for vehicle-based and stationary power supplies
SFC Energy AG, a leading provider of hybrid power solutions to the stationary and mobile power generation markets, announces receipt of another follow-up order of the Bundeswehr’s Federal Office for Equipment, Information Technologies and Usage (BAAINBw). The Office ordered EMILY fuel cells for supplying off-grid power to devices on board of vehicles, as well as SFC Power Managers and accessories. The order has a total volume of approx. EUR 1.25 million.
When you specialize in sophisticated mobile surveillance solutions, it helps to have a sophisticated, mobile power source. Enter the EFOY Pro fuel cell. Find out how Funkwerk, a leading supplier of communication, information and security systems in Germany, is utilizing the EFOY Pro Duo 2400 to deliver self-sufficient, video monitoring solutions to its clients.
Jose Mendoza Smith could be forgiven for being a bit surprised by the nature of his work at Simark. After all, the job title ‘Service Technician’ doesn’t typically evoke images of working in the kind of extreme, remote locations that require you to commute via helicopter.
Start in the know: It sounds obvious, but simply understanding what a VFD actually does will help keep you on track. Basically, VFDs convert input AC current to DC current. Then they invert it right back into a modified three phase AC output.
Benjamin Pushparaj knows the technology behind Drives and Motor Control systems. His background as an instrumentation and controls engineer gives him the insight and technical expertise to fully understand, and often even anticipate his customers’ needs. In his role as technical project manager, he expertly orchestrates the development and delivery of integrated drive system solutions with his team.
For centuries, a ship wasn’t deemed seaworthy unless it was “commissioned.” It had to pass a rigorous quality assurance process to be considered commissioned and ready for service. Today, we apply a commissioning process to the launch of industrial facilities, buildings, worksites and more. It’s a critical process that helps to ensure the asset is safe and running optimally.
“When the client gets their shipment, I want to make it clear and easy for them to figure out what they just received”
Karly Cicchetti is a project manager in Simark’s Process, Automation and Energy division. Her background as a journeyman electrician means she’s well grounded on the technical side of the operations. Her fine-tuned organizational skills mean multi-tasking comes naturally.
Brunnthal/Munich, Germany, October 9, 2018 – Simark Controls Ltd., a subsidiary of SFC Energy, leading provider of hybrid power solutions to the stationary and mobile power generation markets, has delivered another follow-up order for their fully integrated Variable Frequency Drive systems (VFDs) to an Alberta Oil Producer. The order amounts to CAD 0.5 million.
Press Release | Simark Controls receives biggest follow-up order to date for turnkey EFOY power solution to reduce methane emissions from upstream oil & gas operations
Brunnthal/Munich, Germany, September 11, 2018 – Simark Controls Ltd., a subsidiary of SFC Energy (F3C: DE0007568578), leading provider of hybrid power solutions to the stationary and mobile power generation markets, has received a follow-up order for turnkey EFOY ProCabinet hybrid solutions and SCADAPack panels from a leading North American Energy Producer. The follow-up order amounts to approx. CAD 1.2 million.
Press Release | Simark Controls receives new CAD 1.1 million follow-up order for integrated Variable Frequency Drive Systems (VFDs)
Brunnthal/Munich, Germany, August 30, 2018 – Simark Controls Ltd., a subsidiary of SFC Energy (F3C: DE0007568578), leading provider of hybrid power solutions to the stationary and mobile power generation markets, has received a new follow up order for fully integrated Variable Frequency Drive systems (VFDs) from an existing customer in the Alberta oil sands. The orders amount to approx. CAD 1.1 million.