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Khabarovsk CHP plants are ready for winter

Khabarovsk CHPP-1 and CHPP-3 received certificates of readiness for the autumn-winter period of 2014-2015. This decision was made by an interdepartmental commission checking the structural divisions of the Khabarovsk Generation branch of DGK OJSC (part of the RAO ES East holding), DV-ROSS reports with reference to the press release of the Khabarovsk Generation branch.

Over 90 million rubles. It is planned to spend this year on capital and medium repairs of the main equipment at these heat and power plants. Systematic preparation for the heating season, the teams of stations were conducted throughout the summer season. Thus, at Khabarovsk CHPP-1 this summer major repairs of turbo unit No.1 and turbogenerator No.1 were performed. Extended overhaul of the boiler No. 1 was carried out. Examination of industrial safety of the chimney №3 was carried out. The overhaul of boiler No8 is continuing, extended overhaul of turbine unit No.2 has started. At Khabarovsk CHPP-3 in the summer an extended routine maintenance of the power unit No.2 was carried out, and the cooling tower No.1 is being reconstructed. All this will significantly improve the reliability and efficiency of equipment in Khabarovsk stations.

The members of the interdepartmental commission headed by the chief engineer of the Khabarovskaya Generation branch Pavel DUZHENKIN noted that the technical examination of the plant equipment was carried out at the Khabarovskaya CHPP-1 and CHPP-3 in due time, cold season.

Power engineers, preparing for work in the autumn-winter season, conducted dozens of planned emergency drills and exercises. One of the large-scale events, which involved over a hundred people, took place in September at the Khabarovsk CHPP-1. The participants in the exercises eliminated the consequences of a “fire at the gas distribution point of the boiler shop”, as well as “depressurization of the hydrochloric acid tank at the chemical water treatment area”, successfully coping with the task of preserving the viability of the station.

“The teams of the Khabarovsk CHPP-1 and CHPP-3 have performed a significant amount of repair work this year with high quality,” believes Pavel Duzhenkin. - The repair campaign went on schedule, the fuel reserves are in line with the norm. I am sure that this winter the power engineers of CHPP-1 and CHPP-3 will do everything necessary for the stations to stably and reliably supply light and heat to the apartments of Khabarovsk residents. "

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