GEI Industrial Systems has bagged a contract worth Rs 37 crore from Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL). The contract is for engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) of heavy water upgrading plant and waste management plant 2x700 MW PHWR type Rajasthan Atomic Power Project -7 and 8.
The scope of the contract includes engineering, procurement, manufacturing, supply, site construction and erection and commissioning of variety of equipments like distillation columns (around 1 meter diameter X52 meter height), tanks and vessels including large diameter dyke tanks, canned pumps, heat exchangers, ion exchangers, de-contamination and laundry equipments, lead shielded doors, cranes and hoists, valves, pipes and pipes-fittings, instruments and other miscellaneous systems.
The waste management plant is meant for processing liquid and solid nuclear waste generated by the nuclear power stations before their final disposal to environment/ permanent storage. Heavy water upgrading plant is meant for upgrading the downgraded heavy water generated in the nuclear power plant through system leakages, spillages, etc., to reactor grade and re-use the upgraded heavy water back into the systems.
GEI Industrial Systems is known as a specialist in heat transfer technology with an unbeatable track record in the oil, gas, power and compressor business with equipment installed in all the six continents of North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia.