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Krasny Kotelshchik Continues Modernization of its Manufacturing Facilities

August 16, 2016: The Taganrog Krasny Kotelshchik boiler factory, a member of Power Machines group of companies and "EnergoMashinostroitelny Alliance" (PJSC "EMAlliance") has put into operation a new shot-blasting chamber. The modern equipment is intended for surface cleaning of fittings that are the promising products of TKZ. Value of the chamber has amounted to over 2.8 mln Russian rubles.

The shot-blasting chamber has renewed the equipment base of Krasny Kotelshchik. It will allow to machine the products with length up to 6 000 mm, width up to 3 500 mm, height up to 2 500 mm, and weight up to 10 tons. The main features of the new equipment are economical efficiency, ease of use, and (the most important) high safety level for workers.


The shot-blasting chamber at Krasny Kotelshchik
(photo: © Power Machines)

Besides, within the framework of investment program of production modernization, in 2016, Krasny Kotelshchik purchased two plants for anti-corrosive coating application on fittings, the instrument for salt level control on product surface before coating application, as well as the photometer for control of chlorides containing in solutions used for hydraulic tests of the equipment for nuclear power plants. New moving filtering and ventilating equipment intended for expulsion of dirt-laden air and its further cleaning during welding job execution is also purchased by the Taganrog company.

Background Information:

The contract for construction of Long Fu 1 TPP with the total capacity of 1200 MW was concluded in December 2014 between the Vietnamese company Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (shortly, Petrovietnam) and the international consortium PM-PTSC consisting of Power Machines (head of the consortium) and Petrovietnam Technical Services Corporation (Vietnam). The project is scheduled to be completed in 2019.

The new Vietnamese TPP will help reduce the share of electric power produced by hydroelectric power plants in the country's energy system, thus lowering the risk of power cutoffs during dry season.

Press release courtesy of Power Machines.