The Ural Turbine Works Upgrades A Turbine At The Kazan CHP-3

10 January 2022

The Ural Turbine Works and TGC-16 concluded a contract for supply of the main equipment for modernization of the T-50-130-1 turbine at the Kazan CHP-3. The project is included in the thermal generation modernization program (KOMMod 2025). Supply of equipment is scheduled for 2023, delivery of capacity – no later than January 1, 2025.

The Т-50-130-1 turbine has been operating at the Kazan CHP-3 since 1972. In the course of modernization, the high-pressure cylinder assembly will be replaced, as well as a number of resource-determining turbine components. Overall, this will allow to renew the service life of the high-temperature turbine components and to increase the efficiency, reliability, maneuverability of the steam turbine. No increase in capacity is envisaged. It should be noted that the Kazan CHP-3 is the largest thermal power plant in Kazan in terms of installed heat capacity.

The contract will be executed within the framework of the Russian Government Decree On The Criteria For Classifying Industrial Products As Industrial Products With No Analogues Produced In The Russian Federation No. 719 as of October 1, 2015. Efforts under this decree ensure inclusion in the state import substitution program and provides for the involvement of Russian companies as suppliers and subcontractors. In total, the UTW is performing 19 contracts under Decree 719 (all projects relate to the implementation of the KOMMod program).

TGC-16 JSC is one of the largest power generation companies in the Russian Federation. It sells heat and coolant to consumers in the Republic of Tatarstan. Since 2010, TGC-16 has been part of the TAIF Group. In October 2021, TAIF joined SIBUR Holding PJSC.

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