Krasny Kotelshchik, a Taganrog-based boiler maker being a part of Power Machines, has supplied boiling equipment to the Yakutskaya SDPP-2 project (Stage 2). Parts of all the four heat recovery steam generators are on site.
Pursuant to the contract, the power engineering company shall not only manufacture the equipment, but also provide delivery, installation supervision, personnel training and testing services.
Currently, the obligations for designing, manufacturing and shipping are fulfilled. The boiling equipment is being erected and tested at the site. The installation jobs are conducted under supervision of Krasny Kotelshchik engineer.
The capacity of the Yakutskaya SDPP-2 Stage 1 will be 193 MW and the heat output – 469 Gcal/h (including peak water boiler).
A hallmark of the Yakutskaya SDPP-2 project is that it locates in the permafrost zone having an effect on design features of both the power plant building and its machinery. The HRSGs are highly resistant to thermal shocks and have low heat retention, which allows for quick starting the equipment under Far North conditions. The HRSGs can operate failure-free under seismic impact up to 7 points.
It is worth mentioning that, as a result of rebidding, in Q1 2014, Power Machines has won an open two-stage tender and was awarded a contract to supply four horizontal water HRSCs for Yakutskaya SDPP-2 Stage 1.
Yakutskaya SDPP-2 is one of the four projects of RusHydro’s investment programs, aimed at constructing new power facilities in the Far East and implemented jointly with RAO Energy Systems of East, OJSC, following a presidential decree.