Mission Critical Fueling Systems

UST is a leading provider of Mission Critical Emergency Power Fuel Systems. UST is located in North Texas and North Kansas City, covering the nation constructing turn-key emergency fuel systems for data centers, hospitals, banks, water treatment plants and other facilities that depend on uninterrupted power.

Our Emergency Power Fueling systems are designed to meet a multitude of configurations, layouts and system demands. The equipment selections used are designed to accommodate multi-tank and multi-generator configurations. All systems are built with highly reliable microprocessor based control devices and redundant configurations to assure uninterrupted service.

OUR VAST ARRAY OF SERVICES INCLUDE:

  • Design Build Assistance
  • BIM Modeling
  • Value Engineering
  • Construction Coordination
  • Multi-level Commissioning
  • And 11th Month Warranty Inspections

Because of our unique focus, we understand the nuances and complexities of these systems and can therefore design and install reliable solutions to meet any customer’s needs.

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Projects

Bank of America Tier IV Redundant Data Center

Mission Critical South Texas Data Center

Bank of America Tier IV Redundant Data Center

Project Name: Bank of America Tier IV Redundant Data Center
Owner: Bank of America
Date Completed: 2012

Project Description: Project included setting of 5-30K UL 2085 gallon tanks including one main quarantine delivery tank. System also included redundant main MCP panels, 6-250 gallon UL 2085 gallon day tanks, 1-new 10K gallon DEF tank for generator, NOX emission controls, and all associated double wall leak detected and heat traced piping. Catwalk and structural steel support systems were engineered and designed by UST. All commissioning and start-up provided as part of an existing legacy data live facility. Final build out of 25 Megawatts.

Mission Critical South Texas Data Center

Project Name: Mission Critical South Texas Data Center
Owner: Confidential Client/San Antonio
Date Completed: August 2014

Project Description: Project included installation of 3-New 30K gallon tanks complete with all controls, pumps, remote fill station equipment, electrical, and required commissioning requirements.