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An innovative electrolysis unit was created in Kamchatka for the energy industry of the Far East - EastRussia | Far East






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Electrolysis installation, innovative in the power industry of the Far East, was created in Kamchatka

At Kamchatka CHPP-1, as part of the investment program of PJSC "Kamchatskenergo", the system of hydrogen production necessary for cooling the windings of generators

Electrolysis installation, innovative in the power industry of the Far East, was created in Kamchatka
This was reported by the press service of the energy company.

The new electrolysis plant is fully automated and is innovative in the energy sector not only of Kamchatka, but also of the entire Far East. Among the companies of PJSC RAO Energy System of the East, Kamchatskenergo was the first to introduce such a high-tech facility of this type.

The technical characteristics of the installation comply with all applicable standards, norms and rules of design, provide industrial, environmental, sanitary and fire safety in compliance with measures and requirements of the technical operation of the facility.

Previously, the CHP-1 had two electrolysis plants of the type of SED-4. One of them has served 10 for years, the other has been in operation since the station was launched, which turned 2015 in years in 35. The installation is morally and physically obsolete, aided by a very aggressive working environment - hydrogen.

The new equipment operates in a trial mode, the debugging process continues. Warranty period of its operation - 30 years. Capacity - 5,2 cubic meter of hydrogen per hour. The CHP-1 provides for the preservation of two electrolysis plants. As long as they are both in work, then one will remain in reserve.