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FGC UES has completed repair work on the “Vanino Energy Transit” in the Khabarovsk Territory

Specialists of the branch of the Federal Grid Company - MES East - have completed a complex of repair work at the main grid facilities of Vaninsky Energotransit, the press service of the company reports. As a result, the reliability of power supply to the population and enterprises of the transport and industrial complex of the Soviet-Gavansky and Vaninsky districts of the Khabarovsk Territory, including such large consumers of the region as the Vaninsky Commercial Sea Port, Transbunker-Vanino and Daltransugol, has been increased.

"Vaninsky transit" is a chain of 220 kV transmission lines "Komsomolskaya - Selikhino - Uktur - Vysokogornaya - Vanino" with a total length of more than 390 km. Thanks to them, the population and the enterprises of the transport-industrial complex of the Soviet-Gavansky-Vanino junction are mainly provided with electricity. Therefore, the withdrawal of power facilities for repair is possible only once a year.

Within three weeks, seven days a week, a complex of repair work was carried out in stages. The ground wire was repaired on 220 kV power lines, 960 trees were cut down, threatening to fall on the wire, the grounding contours of the supports were restored. At the substations 220 kV "Vanino" and "Vysokogornaya", transformers were repaired, equipment racks were straightened.

Simultaneously with the repair work was carried out maintenance of power lines. On all supports, horse inspections were carried out to check the condition of the wire and the ground wire at the terminals, as well as the state of the foundations of the supports and grounding devices.

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