Powering the Middle East


January 2019

Shuaibah Water & Electricity Company (SWEC) uses Gardner Denver’s revolutionary new CompAir Ultima compressors, which in turn use Vestas aircoil intercoolers.

Generating 1,200 MW of electricity and 800,000 m3/d of water every day, the facility is one of the largest independent water and power plants in the world, supplying to cities including Makkah, Jeddah, Taif and Al-Baha

Vestas aircoil’s long-term partnership with Gardner Denver for the development of cooling across their range of compressors, means that Vestas aircoil equipment is in place globally; where ever power is needed.


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