• 13 Dec 2022

    IPP project for MTN Switch, Asaba

    Installation of 3 units of 2500KVA MTU generators

    34,35 Acme Road, Ogba, Ikeja
    With a legacy of over 29 years, Mikano International has stamped its authority as a leader in providing reliable, quality solutions for Nigerians. 
    Mikano was engaged by MTN, with a goal to provide adequate, sustainable and uninterrupted power solution for its switch in Asaba, Delta State.
    The project covered the extraction of old generators and the delivery, installation, and commissioning of 3 new units of 2500 KVA MTU diesel generator sets.
    The design is a 3 phased fully synchronised solution with a power factor of 0.8pf, producing voltage of 230-400 volts, a maximum current of 3600 Amps with a frequency of 50Hz and a top mounted remote radiator to extract the heat emitted from the engines. This solution provides increased efficiency, lower generation cost and CO2 emission.
    This project ensures a steady power supply from 2 working generators and 1 standby generator to be alternated when needed.
    It took the team 2 days to transport each unit of the 2,500KVA diesel generator set from Lagos to Asaba and the installation was done with zero casualties recorded as Mikano safety officials were on ground to ensure a conducive and injury free work environment.
    With over 20 years’ experience in steel fabrication, Mikano Steel factory provided steel parts for assembling and installation of the project components; Mikano has never failed when it comes to delivering the best.
    Mikano, known for its commitment to customer satisfaction, has one of the best after sales service offerings which include operator trainings and constant routine service checks.
    Mikano’s dedication to efficient service delivery is exemplified through our professionalism and a strive for excellence in project executions.
    Once again, Mikano is proud to deliver excellent quality to its growing high-value clientele and stake its claim as the largest dealer and assembler of power generators in Nigeria.