Quantiparts BV (a Wärtsilä company) has, together with Wärtsilä West Africa, secured a project for the rehabilitation of three Deutz 640 engines. The project will, after completion, improve the much needed reliability of the power supply in Bamako, the capital of Mali. Bamako has a population of approximately two million people and is one of the world’s fastest growing cities.
A team of technical experts from Quantiparts together with Wärtsilä West Africa performed a site survey and created a plan and offer to get the engines back on the national grid and secure the electrical power availability for the capital of Mali.
The project consists of: a structural repair and complete overhaul of all four engines and repairing and replacing auxiliaries like cooling radiators.
Wärtsilä West Africa signed the contract with the plant owner to rehabilitate the power plant on the 10th of October 2017. QuantiParts will supply all required parts and technical expertise as the Original Engine Manufacturer with in house resources for these classic Deutz engines.
The goal is to restore the original output of the plant within a timeframe of 4 months after start
of the works.
With this project Quantiparts and Wärtsilä showcase their expertise to rehabilitate power plants with classic Deutz engines in a fast and economical way in parts of the world where it is most needed.