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Dieselec Thistle Generators Supply Product to Kingbarns Golf Links

Dieselec Thistle Generators Supply Product to Kingbarns Golf Links

Dieselec Thistle Generators is known for being the UK’s leading generator specialist. The company supplies, installs and maintains diesel generators, working to provide their customers with products, support and advice whenever needed throughout the life cycle of the generator set.

The company operate from a 6.3-acre head office facility with workshops, parts distribution depot and load test cell incorporated into their business’ 80,000 sq. ft. warehouse space. The company have the largest stock of generators in the UK to ensure that their customers can quickly be provided with the best solution for all of their power needs.

Dieselec Thistle Generators, or DTC has recently installed and commissioned a generator set at The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews, R&A. The new generator set has been installed at their new equipment testing centre which is located at Kingsbarns Golf Links, near to St Andrews.

The generator specialist selected the FG Wilson P88-3 silent generator with a 125A auto-changeover panel has been repainted to make sure that is matches its surroundings on the development and has also been designed so that it is energy efficient and environmentally sensitive. The building has a range of features incorporated such as air source heat pumps, and makes use of a range of sustainable materials. Among these materials is an extensive sedum roof that means the new building will sit comfortably in its Kingsbarns setting.

The new equipment testing centre will make the most of the latest technology, and the 22.750 sq. ft. centre will offer a world class testing centre and a research facility for the R&A’s Equipment Standards department which, at the moment is spread out across three different locations. This significant investment has been made by The R&A and will improve their ability to monitor and enforce the equipment rules on behalf of its 152 affiliated organisations around the world.