The UTW Signed The Largest Contract To Supply Spare Parts In Its History

15 February 2022

The Ural Turbine Works and the Norilsk-Taimyr Energy Company signed a contract to supply spare parts valued at 520 million rubles. This is the largest contract for spare parts in the history of the plant.

Spare parts are intended for the T-100 turbine (st. No. 5), operated at the Norilsk CHPP-2. The scope of supply includes high-pressure cylinder, assembled low-pressure rotor, regulating diaphragms, components for high-pressure section, and turbine regulation repair.

The Norilsk’s Combined Heat and Power Plant No.2 is designed to cover heat loads and supply power to the Talnakh District of Norilsk and MMP Norilsk Nickel PJSC Norilsk division enterprises. The company sets special requirements to the quality of the spare parts supplied, as the equipment is operated beyond the Arctic Circle. The repair of the electrical power unit No. 5 will increase power supply reliability for residential areas and enterprises of the Nornickel’s Zapolyarny branch. 

Today, the scope of spare parts in the UTW order book is about 10%. Direct long-term contracts to supply spare parts have been signed with Russian companies T Plus PJSC, Siberian Generating Company JSC, Fortum PJSC, TGK-16 JSC, Sibur LLC, Evraz ZSMK JSC, TGK-11 JSC, and foreign companies such as RUE Minskenergo, CAPEC JSC.

Dmitry Izotin, Director General of UTZ JSC, “The contract with NTEC JSC is unique in its scope. Thanks to it, the customer benefited from significant savings. Today, our plant is ready to provide service for the entire life cycle of its turbines, which means that the customer receives not only spare parts but also a guarantee of reliable and efficient heat and power production!”

Norilsk-Taimyr Energy Company JSC supplies electricity, heat, and water to the population three towns, two villages, as well as all enterprises of the Norilsk industrial region. The energy system is geographically and technologically isolated from the Unified Energy System of Russia, which places higher demands on its reliability and survivability.

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