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DGK received a passport of readiness for work in the autumn-winter period in the Far East - EastRussia | Far East






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DGK received a passport of readiness for work in the autumn-winter period in the Far East

According to the decision of the Ministry of Energy, the Far Eastern Generating Company received a readiness passport for the 2018-2019 autumn-winter period. The document confirms that the DHA power facilities located in the Khabarovsk and Primorsky Territories, the Amur Region, the Jewish Autonomous Region and in the south of Yakutia are ready to work in conditions of low temperatures and the passage of the maximum consumption of electrical and thermal energy.

Readiness passport is the most important document confirming readiness for work in the winter period. The criteria are production and supply of energy, system reliability, technical condition, personnel, emergency and recovery operations, repair and fuel supply.

This year, the DHA allocated billion rubles to the 6,47 repair program. According to the First Deputy General Director - Chief Engineer of the DGK Evgeny Brylev, the repair program was formed taking into account the actual technical condition of the main equipment of the power plants, as well as the results of examinations and diagnostics. According to the press service of the company, the preparation of equipment for the uninterrupted distribution of heat and electricity to consumers was a priority.

The allocated money went to the overhaul and medium repair of 12 turbines with a total capacity of 1158 MW, 18 boilers with a total steam capacity of 5300 t / h, 13 generators with a total capacity of 1457 MW, eight boilers, four transformers with a total capacity of 280 MVA. Workers also performed a rerun of the 28,1 km of main heating lines, the restoration of thermal insulation on the 26,5 km of heat pipelines.