American transformer and electrical equipment manufacturer Sunbelt Transformer is currently working on the installation of four substations in Honduras.
The company had been assigned the project in the first quarter of the year. The project was to design and build four substations in 70 days, test them, prepare them for shipment and then ship them to Honduras where they will be reassembled and tested again.
The substations were built from the ground up at Sunbelt’s Sharon plant, where most of the company’s manufacturing takes place.
Installation of the substations is underway and should be completed before the end of August. Together, the four substations can power half of a large city.
Source: Choose Temple