Retrofit Contract from Russia

30.05.2001

Following project work over a period of nearly two years, Sulzer Pumpen (Deutschland) GmbH has been awarded a contract for the modernization of the boiler feed pumps at the Novocherkasskaya Gres power plant. The generating station is located near Rostov-on-Don and consists of a total of 8 blocks with unit ratings of 300 MW.

The contract provides for the retrofit of the first three feed pumps. The first machine will be delivered in spring 2002. Among other things, the references for the Mosenergo power plants and the high local share of the project were decisive factors for the award of the contract. Sulzer Pumps has also modernized feed pumps for Mosenergo, the biggest energy generating utility in Russia.

About Sulzer Pumps

Sulzer Pumps is a provider of innovative products and services in centrifugal pumping. The company offers a wide portfolio to business partners in the Oil & Gas and Hydrocarbon Processing Industries, to contractors and operators of Pulp & Paper mills and Power Generation Plants as well as for customers in the Water Treatment & Distribution, Food, Metals and Fertilizer businesses. The state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities are located on all continents with sales offices, service centers and representatives in more than 150 countries around the globe. Sulzer Pumps has 3000 dedicated personnel worldwide who are ready to advise you competently on all pump applications.

Sulzer Pumps is a member of the Sulzer Group. Sulzer, founded 1834 in Winterthur (Switzerland), is an internationally active technology corporation. In 2000, 22000 employees turned over some 5736 million CHF.

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