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  National Power Corporation – Agus 4 – September 2014
National Power Corporation – Agus 4 – September 2014

Ivyland, PA – American Governor Company (AGC) has been awarded a contract through our Filipino representative Multifactors Sales, for digital governor retrofit and site services for the National Power Corporation’s (NPC) Agus 4 powerplant in the Philippines. This three-unit plant is one of seven on the Agus River, located in the island of Mindanao. Spare parts and support for the existing Toshiba analog electric cabinet actuator were increasingly difficult to find, and NPC wanted improved operator control and monitoring of the unit. AGC responded by offering an equipment package that was similar to the modern PLC-based, color-touchscreen system provided at Agus 2. Equipment delivery is expected in late January 2015, with commissioning and start-up following shortly thereafter.

About American Governor Company
American Governor Company provides fully engineered digital governor conversion systems for hydro plants, including PLC-based digital controls, electro-hydraulic valve manifolds, hydraulic power units, electronic feedback devices and unit/plant control and monitoring systems. Installation, start-up, commissioning and field training services are provided by our staff of experienced governor specialists and field service engineers. American Governor also provides full support for legacy governor systems, including a complete line of replacement parts for all types of Woodward governors and a growing inventory of new and reconditioned parts and assemblies for other OEM governors. American Governor offers Field Service, Training, Retrofit kits and Technical Support for legacy governors. The Training and Repair Facility near Stevens Point WI offers factory repair services for governor pumps and permanent magnet generators as well as our annual Governor School and twice yearly Focus Classes. American Governor has provided more than 600 digital governor upgrades and has supported over 1,500 hydropower plants in North America.

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