Airport “Leonardo da Vinci” Rome-Fiumicino
Subbiano Arezzo, Italy, January 2020 – In September 2019, Tesar completed the supply of 11 transformers with a power rating of 2,000 kVA to the major airport in Italy called Airport “Leonardo da Vinci”. The transformers serve for the upgrade of the “Passenger Terminal Subsystem Eastside” of Rome-Fiumicino Airport.
The high-efficiency Tesar transformers will be used for the construction of the new Boarding Area A (AIA), the new Front 1 of Terminal 1 (AVC), the Connecting Corps (CDC) and for the adaptation and restructuring of the existing Terminal 1, a total surface area of approx. 71,278 sqm (AT1).
Some specifications about the project:
- 11 high-efficiency transformers
- Power ratings of 2,000 kVA
- Cast resin dry-type
- Supplied in September 2019
About Airport “Leonardo da Vinci”
Airport “Leonardo da Vinci”, located in Rome-Fiumicino, is an international airport and the major airport in Italy. With more than 43 million passengers every year, Airport “Leonardo da Vinci” is one of the busiest airports in Europe. The airport serves as the main hub for Alitalia, the largest Italian airline and owes its name to flying machine inventor Leonardo da Vinci.
Tesar is part of the Swiss-based R&S Group, a leading provider of electrical infrastructure products in key markets. With manufacturing facilities and offices in Europe, the Middle East and South America, R&S is a major supplier of transformers and switches for customers in the utility, industry and infrastructure sectors.