Engineering solutions

Based on the client’s specific needs and business model, Technoserv is capable of creating a unified infrastructure solution, combining computing, telecommunications and engineering components into a single efficient and managed comprehensive system. This may include one or more geographically dispersed buildings, practical infrastructure facilities, and fixed or mobile data processing centers.

Stable, comfortable and safe work for both personnel and active equipment is assured by a sound engineering base consisting of a set of heterogeneous subsystems, such as electricity (boasting uninterruptible, guaranteed power) and power distribution (distribution systems that feed the cable network, switching equipment, surge absorber systems and interference suppression filters, and control systems), ventilation and air conditioning (ensuring precise and comfortable temperatures), low-voltage systems (including SCS, communications, multimedia, video broadcasting and video surveillance), and security (including burglar and fire alarm and extinguishing systems, and access control).

In case of insufficient amounts of electricity, heating or cooling, a power center can be set up based on diesel, gas reciprocating or gas turbine installation. According to the economic feasibility of energy production, the power center can use the most appropriate type of fuel (natural or associated gas, biofuels, diesel fuel, renewable energy, etc.) available at the consumer’s specific location.

Having your own power center in the engineering complex will:

  • overcome shortages in capacity and result in lower electricity charges;
  • increase efficiency from 40 to 90%*, while significantly reducing the toxicity of emissions;
  • develop the enterprise using the newly available reserves
  • reduce tariffs on manufactured services or the cost of manufactured goods
  • become more efficient, improving the investment appeal of the business

The whole complex benefits from computer-aided monitoring and supervisory control of all subsystems within the engineering infrastructure, which improves the reliability and efficiency of the enterprise as a whole.

The introduction of process automation systems (PCS) enables enterprises to meet challenges in modernizing production, increasing efficiency, creating accounting and operational planning systems, improving product quality and reducing product costs. The introduction of these systems at some sites can pay for itself within 12-18 months*, which makes it possible to quickly maximize ROI, and lower operating and maintenance costs, ensuring maximum care for people, production facilities and the environment.