Boilers are manufactured by the Taganrog boilermaking factory Krasny Kotelshchik, which specializes in the building of drum-type and direct-flow power-plant steam boilers with an output of 50 to 3950 tons of steam per hour at a maximum working pressure of 27.7 MPa and above, designed for all types of power-plant fuel.
Steam boilers are developed by the engineering divisions of TBF Krasny Kotelshchik, which have extensive experience in successful research and development.
The production capacity of TBF Krasny Kotelshchik is up to 4 GW per year. Over the past few decades, TBF Krasny Kotelshchik has been the leading supplier of direct-flow supercritical pressure boilers for 1200, 800, 600 and 300 MW power units for high capacity thermal power plants, both in Russia and worldwide.
The basic reliability and cost-effectiveness characteristics of these boilers correspond to the current level of the leading foreign boiler manufacturers, as confirmed by long-term operating experience.
TBF Krasny Kotelshchik is one of the world leaders in the total production of supercritical pressure boilers for 1200, 800, 600 and 300 MW power units.
Heat-recovery steam generators for steam and water heating, with horizontal gas flow, full natural circulation, with or without an afterburner; for one, two or three steam pressures, can meet virtually any customers’ demands regarding steam-generator use at power-generating facilities with all gas turbine types with a maximum single unit capacity of 375 MW and above for combined-cycle units of CCGT with a maximum single unit electric-power capacity of 800 MW and above, at various power generating facilities.
Each heat-recovery steam generator is unique and individually designed to meet the customer’s specific needs.
The production of heat-exchanging equipment is concentrated at the Taganrog boilermaking factory Krasny Kotelshchik, which has extensive experience in the successful development, research and production of high- and low-pressure heat-exchanging equipment.
Krasny Kotelshchik accounts for up to 25% of the total volume of produced heat-exchanging and water treatment equipment. Heat-exchanging and water treatment equipment has been successfully operated at all Russian thermal power plants and at power plants abroad.