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    • ALPIQ AAT workshop in CERN
    • Tuesday, 13 November 2012
    • CERN hosted the workshop regularly organised by ALPIQ Anlagentechnik GmbH (AAT), where the associates of the member companies of the concern could personally gain insight into ongoing scientific research.

    • Mechanical energy centre of Mercedes-Benz Hungary in Kecskemét
    • Wednesday, 10 March 2010
    • Kraftszer Ltd. has got an order for the establishment of the mechanical energy centre of Mercedes-Benz Hungary in Kecskemét. This modern energy centre will supply the automobile factory of Kecskemét with the necessary media. Among others boilers, gas engines, chillers and compressors will be installed in the energy centre.

    • News from our sector
    • Saturday, 19 May 2012
    • General Electric presented its 9.5 MW output type J920 reduced CO2 emission gas engine, which is suitable for supplying electricity to almost 20,000 households based on its output. The electric efficiency of the newly developed gas engine is rated at 48.7 percent, while its combined efficiency exceeds 90 per cent.

    • New Maintenance Tasks
    • Friday, 18 May 2012
    • Once again, our Company was provided an opportunity on the domestic chemical and petrochemical market, which at once represents challenges and opportunities. We will participate in the retrofitting and maintenance jobs of a factory unit during the summer. We are going to clean and refurbish process towers, install heat exchangers and align them with existing systems, as well as build a pipeline system by separating branches in various pressure ranges. This work will be completed in full using own design and implementation, and include I&C devices and cables.

    • Energy Centre Established at MBMH
    • Friday, 18 May 2012
    • Kraftszer Kft. constructed the largest trigeneration energy centre of Hungary at the Mercedes-Benz factory in Kecskemét, and it will supply the car factory with the required energy and media in the future. The facility complies with MB’s energy efficiency, efficiency, environment protection and profitability related requirements. Both the appearance of the building and the technical quality of installed equipment are excellent. After the energy centre went online and successful tendering, Kraftszer Kft. was awarded Mercedes-Benz Hungary’s contract for additional system enlargement work that will be required during capacity increase.