TEMPStart™ starting systems to ensure a reliable supply of power to the civil defense facilities of the capital

TEMPStart™ starting systems to ensure a reliable supply of power to the civil defense facilities of the capital
15.03.2019

TEEMP has modernized the alternative power supply sources system of the defense structure (bomb shelter) located in the building of the central office of MOSGAZ JSC. The heart of the structure – the diesel generator unit – has been equipped with the latest TEMPStart™ starting system based on domestic supercapacitors.

Thanks to the highest reliability of starting systems developed by TEEMP specifically for critical infrastructure facilities, the power generating equipment is guaranteed to start in all emergency situations and weather conditions down to –60 °С). The TEMPStart™ system, which does not require thorough and expensive maintenance, operates successfully in generating units with a capacity from 15 kW
to 3.2 MW and ensures at least 100,000 successful starts over 15 years.

Vladimir Tumanov, General Director of TEEMP notes that, “By starting the modernization of life-support systems, MOSGAZ JSC has, in essence, initiated the technical re-equipping of the soviet bomb shelter infrastructure which needs full-scale fitting with modern equipment.” Yury Koloskov, General Director of MOSGAZ JSC, thanked TEEMP for the work carried out to integrate starting systems into the electrical equipment of the protective structure and expressed interest in further mutually beneficial long-term cooperation. 

We should keep in mind that the purposes of the defense structures managed by the Ministry of Emergencies (EMERCOM) go far beyond the protection of citizens during potential military aggression.
They are also there to protect against a wide range of hazards, from extreme weather conditions to the effects of industrial accidents, which even the most high-tech cities are not immune from.

TEEMP LLC (http://teemp.ru/) is a Russian developer of energy storage and accumulation systems. TEEMP has been developing chemical current sources, including pulsed and energy supercapacitors, since 2011.