Loadbank manufacturer Crestchic is hoping to drum up more business in West Africa by showcasing its load testing solutions at NOGTech oil & gas technology exhibition in Lagos next month.
NOGTech is Nigeria’s leading oil and gas technology event, now in its fourth year. Crestchic currently has two high profile contracts with Wartsila in Gambon and West Africa.
Paul Brickman of Crestchic said: “This event in Nigeria provides Crestchic with the opportunity to capitalise on the increase in demand for loadbank testing systems as markets expand in this region of the world. This is especially evident in the areas of onshore and offshore, and independent power.”
Crestchic manufactures a range of AC and DC loadbanks for both resistive only and resistive-reactive applications. Loadbanks vary in size from 30kW to 6000kVA and are designed to operate a three-phase, 50 or 60Hz. The larger units are containerised and transportable, and can be linked together to provide loads of 50MVA and above.