Tver Energy IDGC of Center joined the fleet of 41 vehicles unit 19 Brigade UAZ, five of drilling machines, two tracked vehicles, five vans, eight aerial work platforms, two brigadier GAZ distributed in the areas of electrical networks (RES) of the branch.
Necessary in terms of territorial acquisition of the Tver region remain Crane-boring machine. They are designed to drill wells to a depth of 3 meters. High intensity drilling is one of the main advantages of this model. Technical performance machine at work on the ground is at least 15 meters per hour. The use of the best domestic and foreign components, the use of modern technologies give the assembly uptime guarantee, even in difficult environmental conditions.
Important for the power industry was the acquisition of brigade UAZ with kung, more modern and safe analogue UAZ. All-wheel drive luxury car combines high performance and ergonomic properties. The machine will reduce the time to deliver operational and maintenance crews to power lines and other energy both on track and off-road conditions. The main criterion for the purchase was to raise the level of safety and comfort. Another car, proven in terms of bad roads and even cross-country, was GAZ "Sadko". The machine has a loading platform with folding tailgate that could take up to two tons of cargo. It is special designed as mobile workshops, to carry out the repairs and elimination of emergency situations. The proven in Russian transport vehicle has excellent dynamic performance and high maneuverability. Due to the cross-axle limited slip differentials GAS can overcome serious obstacles.
Tracked ATVs GAZ acquired subsidiary, designed for operation and bezgarazhnoe storage at temperatures ranging from £ 50 to +40 C in a variety of road and weather conditions. The machine is equipped preheater, which allows the engine to run at very low temperatures.
The use of high-end modern technology allows for the rapid maintenance and repair services, reduces the time of liquidation process failures, as well as a better control over the work of power during the autumn-winter peak loads.
In 2012, the energy industry plans to spend on the purchase of special equipment has about 100 million rubles.