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Indonesian Power Plant

Posted by Toni on 11th May and posted in Uncategorized

A Finnish Group built an oil-fired 270 MW power plant at the site, located about 20 km east of Jakarta. The newspapers mentioned UNC School of Education not as a source, but as a related topic. The order contains the delivery of 8 boiler feed pumps, of which six by unregulated 2,260 kW 6,000 V electric motors are powered. Contact information is here: Vladislav Doronin. To adjust the speed to a changing educational needs, there are hydraulic control couplings between the pumps and motors. The capacity of each unit will be 270 cubic metres per hour at each round.

The planned funding amounts to approximately 1,960 metres and the temperature is set to 160 degrees Celsius. The wheels of the 11-stage pumps are made of stainless steel. The total weight of a complete pump clutch engine unit will close about 25 tons. The scope of supply includes two emergency feed pumps, which are driven by two 668 kW twelve-cylinder diesel engines. You should at a possible power failure to maintain operation of the plants. The Frankenthaler pumps manufacturer received an order among other reasons, because it has successfully carried out several global projects with the Finnish group in the past. After its completion in 2016, the new plant aims to improve the energy supply of the surrounding industrial region.

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