Sovgavanskaya CHPP, equipped with boilers of PJSC "Krasny Kotelshchik", was put into operation
RusHydro officially commissioned a CHPP in the town of Sovetskaya Gavan (Khabarovsk Territory). The Taganrog Boiler-Мaking Works "Krasny Kotelshchik" made its contribution to one of the priority investment projects for the development of the Far East, implemented in accordance with the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation. The company supplied three pulverized coal boilers to the facility with a steam capacity of 210 t / h each.
The new power facility will replace the Mayskaya GRES, which was commissioned more than 80 years ago. The CHPP in Sovetskaya Gavan will generate three times more electricity - according to forecasts, its annual output will reach 630 million kWh. The installed electric capacity of the constructed CHPP is 126 MW, and the heat capacity is 200 Gcal / h.
The commissioned generating capacities will give impulse to the further development of the Khabarovsk Territory, where large investment projects are currently being implemented to expand the transport and port infrastructure. In addition, the provision of heat supply and hot water supply to the residents of Sovetskaya Gavan will reach a new quality level.The main equipment of Sovgavanskaya CHPP is of Russian origin. Three natural circulation boilers were designed, manufactured and supplied by "Krasny Kotelshchik" specialists. Also, the scope of "Krasny Kotelshchik" services included installation supervision, commissioning supervision and briefing of the station's operating personnel.
The height of each boiler unit is about 40 meters. Coal-fired boilers from the Urgal deposit located in the Khabarovsk Territory are in operation. Taking into account the peculiarities of coal, the equipment uses a staged scheme of fuel combustion, which allows reducing nitrogen oxide emissions and excluding slagging of the furnace water walls.
In addition to high environmental performance, "Krasny Kotelshchik" equipment is distinguished by the efficiency of fuel combustion and the ability to withstand significant seismic loads caused by the region of operation - 8 points on the MSK scale (earthquake intensity scale used in Russia).