Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose (Kolkata) International Airport is a civil airport located in West Bengal, (the City of Joy), named in the honour of the Bengali Indian patriot Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. The airport is controlled and operated by the Airports Authority of India (AAI). Spread over an area of 2,460 acres (1,000 ha), Kolkata airport is presently handling approx. 2 Cr. passengers a year and will have a capacity of 2.5 Cr. passengers in current fiscal year. Kolkata Airport has become the 5th airport in India having CAT III landing system.
Jakson successfully completed Supply, Installation, Testing, Commissioning work for 9x1500 kVA (HT), 4x1500 kVA (LT), 2x1010 kVA, 2x750 kVA & 2x250 kVA DG sets in Kolkata Airport. Jakson was chosen for its ability to provide superior solutions at critical installations requiring 24*7 back up.
Everyday approx. 1000’s flight take off / land leaving little margin of error at the airport. There is a need for power backup at Airports for running emergency services & equipment’s during the arrival/departure, other common areas including the Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) room etc. Any breakdown can lead to serious problems & accident resulting in disruption of operations. In the event of grid power failure, diesel generators power plants are an ideal solution for uninterrupted backup for their entire operations.
The scope of work for this project included the following activities which was successfully executed by Jakson
Mr. Subrata Ray,Vice President (East),Jakson
“This is one of the most prestigious and challenging project we have done in Eastern India. We executed this project through stringent guidelines within the schedule. This is one of the milestone projects and a referral for winning other contracts. This success proved the quality of our product and capability to cater such big projects.”
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