SCERI JSC (a member of Machine-building Division of Rosatom State Company - Atomenergomash) has shipped another new lot of equipment for Rooppur NPP (Bangladesh). The equipment is supplied in framework of the contract for engineering, manufacture and supply of a set of equipment for handling radioactive waste for power unit 1 of Rooppur NPP signed in 2019.

The previous lot of finished products in framework of this contract was shipped in December 2021. By now, more than seventy units of equipment have been shipped to the customer’s address. The supplies will be completed by the end of this year. Erection supervision works are planned to be finished in 2023. The contract price is more than 1.5 billion roubles.

One month ago, SCERI JSC concluded one more contract for supply of equipment for handling liquid radioactive environment (LRE) and liquid radioactive waste (LRW) for power units 1 and 2 of Rooppur NPP. The price of this contract is over 3.1 billion roubles. The finished process equipment should be supplied to the nuclear power plant by the beginning of Q3, 2023.

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SCERI JSC is an engineering centre of Russia’s nuclear complex fulfilling functions of the industry’s leading entity specializing in creation of equipment and complex process systems for radiochemical production, nuclear-fuel cycle, radioactive waste treatment and burying. The entity is engaged in designing and manufacture of evaporating, desalination and crystallization equipment.

Atomenergomash JSC is the machine-building division of Rosatom State Corporation, the largest Russia’s power engineering machine-building company in terms of production scale and earnings. The group is the single-source supplier of equipment for the reactor island and power house of all NPPs under construction designed in Russia, manufacturer of equipment for LNG projects, plants regenerating waste into energy, designer and supplier of overall solutions for power-engineering enterprises, oil and gas complex, ship-building and other industries.  Our technologies and equipment provide operation of about 15% of NPPs in the world and 40% of thermal power plants in the Russian Federation and CIS countries. The company integrates leading scientific-research, engineering and production entities in Russia and abroad.

Source: Communication Department