Our local representative has just completed an installation at the University of Punjab, Pakistan. There, the installation of some of our equipment has been carried out, including:

Precision Manometer Calibrator (HCMP) and a Pipe Friction Equipment with Hydraulic Bench (AFTC), which allows studying pressure losses and pressure developments in different types of valves and couplings. Also, some innovative systems such as the Series/Parallel Pump Bench (PBSPC) controlled from a computer to demonstrate the operational advantages of operating in series or in parallel.

Regarding the study of centrifugal fan operation, a Centrifugal Fan Didactic Equipment (HVCC) and an EMLS system for liquid and solid mixing have been installed.

Taking the SCADA control system as a reference, the Fixed and Fluidized Bed Equipment, Computer-Controlled (LFFC), would be present, along with equipment such as the Integrated Laboratory of Basic Fluid Mechanics (LIFLUBA) or the Hydraulic Bench (FME00). For equipment more focused on the analysis and study of the world of heat transmission, solar energy, or photovoltaics, systems like TSTCC, EESTC, or EESFC, all controlled from the computer, have been chosen.

Fields such as wind power with the EEEC equipment or fatigue testing with the EEF will also be studied.

Knowledge and management of the various stages of the biodiesel and bioethanol production cycle will also be possible thanks to the installation of equipment such as EBDC and EBEC, designed to study and control the production process of these elements on a laboratory scale. Regarding the exploration of the construction, design, and operational characteristics of a modern water evaporation cooling system, they will also have a Desktop Cooling Tower Equipment (TTEC).

We are very proud to continue providing installations as comprehensive as this one, which allow supporting specific education in these areas, and we will continue supporting education worldwide by installing larger plants. A clear example of this is the Computer Controlled and Touch Screen 1.5 kW Steam Power Plant, (TPTV/1.5kW/CTS), which allow converting thermal energy into mechanical energy and then into electrical energy. Thanks to these educational plants, students can effectively understand the complete process and the basic components of a power plant (a heat source to generate steam, a turbine with load, and a cooling system to condense steam) controlled from a computer and under the proprietary control system of EDIBON, SCADA.