A Cat® dealer in Africa supplies electricity to a state-owned power provider with four power stations. Total capacity for the installations exceeds 50 MW. To streamline the way these assets are managed, the dealer equipped all generator sets operating for the national grid with remote monitoring services from Cat Connect.
A “Not Ready to Run Event” occurs when an engine is incapable of running under current conditions.
The Cat dealer team convinced a seafood producer, headquartered in the Pacific Northwest, to begin using Cat Connect Technology and Service to monitor and manage a portion of their Cat® generator sets that provide electric power at many of their locations from Alaska to New Zealand.
A hospital in the northeastern United States uses a Cat® G3520C gas generator to produce electric power and recover heat from the exhaust to produce steam for sterilization processes and facility heating, as well as capture heat from the jacket water and aftercooler circuits to heat domestic water.
An energy company in the Middle East runs 100 Cat® 3516B power modules, all under a Customer Support Agreement with the local Cat dealer to reduce maintenance time and cost.
A rail company in the Middle East invited suppliers to bid on a rental contract for 80 generator sets. The local Cat® dealer was the only supplier able to meet the fuel costs requirements.
A large resort and casino in New Mexico uses five Cat® generator sets for standby power. To reduce risk, the owners asked the Cat dealer to equip one unit with Cat Connect Technology, then monitor and manage the asset remotely to ensure readiness for service.