HMS Group to Produce Pumps for Vladimir Power Station

24.08.2012

Hydromashservice, the trade company of HMS Group, signed an agreement for delivery of feed pumps equipped with hydraulic coupling supplied by Voith GmbH (Germany) for Vladimir-2 thermal power station (TPS).

These pumping units will be delivered as a part of new combined cycle gas turbine units’ installation and will be used in waste-heat recovery systems of the station.

Vladimir-2 TPS, a subsidiary of Integrated Energy Systems holding (IES), supplies about 80% of thermal power for Vladimir city. The installed capacity of the station – 406 MW, installed heat rate – 1 161 Gcal per hour.

Previously, HMS Group has already delivered to IES circulation pumps for Saransk TPS, heating water pumps for Sormov TPS and feed pumps for Perm TPS.

Source: HMS Group

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