Ural Robots to Be Used in Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant, India
28.04.2009 — News
THE SVERDLOVSK OBLAST.
Uralsmashzavod OAO is shipping a new-generation transloader robot to the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant, India. At the same time, installation of a similar manipulator, delivered to India in June 2008, is nearing completion in the first block of the power plant.
The robots delivered under a contract with the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited are designed for transloading nuclear fuel under a 20m-thick layer of water in various modes. As Uralsmashzavod representatives told RusBusinessNews, the Russian robot is the best choice for the Indian nuclear specialists. Currently 16 Indian nuclear power plants are using US-made transloaders that have some technological limitations.
Uralsmash MK is a leader of the Russian equipment market. It produces machinery for the metallurgy, mining, oil and gas, construction, and power generation sectors. The company's production facilities are located in Ekaterinburg (Uralsmashzavod) and Orsk (ORMETO-YUMZ).
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