More than 25 years of cooperation between Lek/Habo and MAN Rollo
Lek/Habo have been working with MAN Rollo for more than 25 years and regularly use MAN engines to realise (bio) gas projects. Lek/Habo are packagers; they mount gas engines and generators together on a frame. Then they mount the requisite pumps, exchangers and other accessories. They also use their own operating system, TCS, which customers can use to optimally control and monitor the MAN gas engines.
Lek/Habo purchase gas engines from MAN Rollo. These engines are assembled as combined heat and power systems, which are then installed at the premises of Lek/Habo’s customers all over Europe and even further afield. In the early years, MAN Rollo supplied the E2666 and the E2842 engines, several of which Lek/Habo always keep maintained. One of the most recent projects delivered by Lek/Habo and powered with MAN gas engines was the sewage water treatment plant in Terneuzen. Given the desired capacity and the requisite reliability, Lek/Habo decided to use MAN gas engines for two combined heat and power systems. These systems run on the biogas released during the sludge fermentation process. The generated electricity is then used to treat the sewage water, while the heat produced by the gas engine is used to heat the buildings. The generated heat is also used to heat the sludge.
Lek/Habo is very satisfied with its cooperative relationship with MAN Rollo. Which probably explains why they have managed to work so successfully together for over 25 years.