Coanda Small Hydro Power Systems are a package of green, robust, and proven equipment — including a Coanda Power Box and Powerhouse — to harness small hydro potential simply, quickly, and cost effectively. The modular design of the systems allows for the intake to be built in remote areas with limited civil structure and little or no power supply.
The Coanda Power Box features a complete intake structure including a Norris Screen Coanda Effect Screen, accelerator, adjustable spillway, and catch basin.
The Coanda Powerhouse transforms the hydroelectric potential of the site into power for the grid. Each Powerhouse is sized for a total power capacity of 0.5 MW. The Cook Legacy ACIST algorithm is used to monitor controls, integrate the turbines, and meter generated power. Gilbert Electrical Systems will supply electrical components from the logic controllers to the power grid.
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