In December 2016 a service point for the Niederrheinnetz was handed over to a private operator (EVU) in Emmerich. Together with partners, Wagemann-Systems GmbH created the entire IRA system as a 'turn key' project. Two T-systems with one integrated rotary pump each were installed in the service point. The tried and tested 'Börger' pumps were used as rotary pumps. The entire civil engineering, pipeline construction, electronics and systems for the supply and disposal of trains were combined into one lot and built in a responsibility.
By doing so, the customer had only one contact person and one responsible person. This approach minimized the interface for the customer and significantly reduced the tuning process. Also for this reason, the service point at the Niederrhein was built within a very short time.
Wagemann-Systems GmbH from Berlin has been designing and building a supply and disposal plant for railways since 1997. Wagemann-Systems GmbH builds indoor and outdoor systems using the proven supply and disposal cabinets, T modules and media cabinets.
Exhibitor: WAGEMANN-Systems GmbH