PROJECT SUMMARY

Substation Transformer Supply

  • Transformer being installed in Yorkton, Saskatchewan
  • Transformer being delivered in Yorkton, Saskatchewan
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  • Outline Drawing for Transformer being installed in Yorkton, Saskatchewan


SECTOR: 
Agriculture


CLIENT: 

FWS Industrial


DURATION OF PROJECT:

16 Months


PROJECT SUMMARY:

Dynamo was retained by FWS to complete the design-build of a new, high voltage substation for the plant expansion of the Richardson International Canola Crush facility near Yorkton, SK. 


When apparent that North American suppliers were unable to meet delivery timelines required for the second phase of the expansion, which included the supply of padmount distribution transformers, Dynamo worked with Daelim Electric out of China to offer transformers with Canadian approvals within the required timelines. Dynamo also worked with IGARD to offer neutral grounding transformers to be mounted on these units at site. Dynamo was awarded the supply and installation of these units. The designs were completed with adequate supports from the NGRs. These were received and mounted on site by Dynamo personnel.

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