UTW to Ship Equipment for Modernization of the Krasnoyarsk CHP-2 Turbine

26 July 2021

The Ural Turbine Works has completed manufacturing and started shipment of equipment for the modernization of the T-100/120-130-3 turbine at the Krasnoyarsk CHP-2 of the Siberian Generating Company. The project is being implemented as part of the DPM-2 (Power Supply Agreement) — Program for Modernization of Thermal Power Plants (KOMMod (Power Industry Upgrade Program) 2025). The new turbine will be put into operation in 2022.

The Siberian Generating Company is implementing one of the most capital-intensive capacity upgrade programs at its plants. These programs are aimed at in-depth modernization of turbines. Therefore, control and protection system of the T-100/120-130-3 turbine of the Krasnoyarsk CHP-2 was upgraded. Moreover, in addition to the high-pressure cylinder, the stop valve block, bypass pipelines between the stop valve and the turbine cylinder, front and middle bearing units with foundation frames, and turbine pipelines will be replaced on the aforementioned turbine.

Replacement of the high-pressure cylinder and a number of resource-determining turbine components, which have been in operation since 1980, allows prolonging the rated service life improving efficiency, reliability, maneuverability, and maintainability as well as improving the environmental characteristics of the plant. The implemented project will become the basis for further development and increase of the technical and economic performance of the CHP.

It should be noted that the T-100 is one of the most widespread turbines in the former Soviet Union. Over the past few years, UTW performed 17 upgrades of T-100 series turbines at the stations located in the Russian Federation, Mongolia, and Kazakhstan, five of them were implemented at the stations of the Siberian Generating Company.

The Krasnoyarsk CHP-2 is part of the Siberian Generating Company Group. The plant provides heating and hot water to Sverdlovsky, Tsentralny, Zheleznodorozhny, and Oktyabrsky districts of Krasnoyarsk and supplies steam to enterprises of the southern industrial hub (KhMZ, Kulbytstroy, Volna, cement plant, and Kraskon confectionery factory).

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