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At the Nizhne-Bureiskaya HPP started pouring concrete station site

At the Nizhne-Bureyskaya HPP (Amur Region), hydroelectric builders have begun pouring concrete into one of the important sections of the future HPP, the power plant junction, where the power plant equipment will be located, a representative of the HPP Irina Korenyuk told Interfax-Far East.

"The site of the future station junction has the largest pit depth. In addition, there is the most complex configuration of concrete blocks, with a large number of embedded parts, since the machine room will be located here, practically the heart of the hydroelectric station. It is important that concrete is supplied continuously, and not in batches. Continuity of concrete supply is ensured by the new concrete plant ", - said I.Korneliuk.

The concrete plant with a capacity of 2х180 м3 / h was built directly on the construction site of the Nizhne-Bureiskaya HPP and was put into operation at the end of June. The plant allows the use of immiscible delivery of raw materials - concrete flows to the pouring sites through pipelines.

The Nizhnebureyskaya HPP is being built in the area of ​​the Novobureisky settlement in the Amur Region. The station will become the counter-regulator of the large Bureyskaya HPP. The construction of the station has been carried out by JSC RusHydro since 2010. The dam is 123 m long, the maximum height is 47,75 m. It is equipped with five surface spillways.

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