Pacific Power experiences the Cornell Difference

Pacific Power experiences the Cornell Difference

Pacific Power Engineering maintains power utilities for waste water, oil pumping stations, and generators in all mining sectors across the Pacific islands and southern Asian region. As a service provider to Pacific Power Engineering, Cornell Diesel Systems is currently servicing and maintaining all major Government power plant equipment and Pacific Power Ruston RKC diesel-powered generators across the Pacific islands.

Pacific Power Ruston RKC Generators

The Ruston RKC generator engine is in a power station on the island of Nauru, and is one of Pacific Power’s large frame engines that provides power for residential homes, businesses, airport and all major government buildings.

Pacific Power’s generators have a capacity of 2.9-megawatt output. Their Ruston RKC generators are periodically overhauled in two stages: cylinder heads are serviced at 6000hrs, and all other major parts and components are overhauled at 12000hrs.

Diesel Fuel Injection Services

All diesel fuel injection components are overhauled at 2000 running hours. All components are broken down in our ISO-certified, pressurised clean room and inspected by a fully-certified accredited technician.

Cornell Diesel Systems is proud to have the specialised knowledge required to service all large frame applications, providing end-to-end service of large frame power generator fuel systems across the Pacific region on behalf of Pacific Power.