Lifting device will be operated during the nuclear fuel loading into the reactor and used to move the reactor equipment during the scheduled maintenance. The crane life span is 60 years.
It is intended to supply power to the key facilities - water treatment, control, turbine and reactor buildings.
This is the replacement plant for the operating Kursk NPP power units to be decommissioned.
Elevationof the current works is +53.900.
The specialists shall perform rebar fitting, installation of the tendon sheathing for the prestressed reinforcement, formworks assembly, and concreting itself.
Concrete is supplied to site from the UPP batching plant. This is a high strength concrete of the B60 class. It is supplied to the dome under pressure using stationary pumps and concreting booms.
Concreting booms operators, concrete workers, and assistants are involved into the process. The total of approximately 30 persons. Many of them also performed construction of the first power unit for LNPP-2.
The builders are preparing for assembly of the outer containment structures. Metal components are already delivered to the site. Each of them weighs around 1300 kilos. The dimensions are 7.5 х 5 meters. Tower cranes will be used to install them to the dome. The specialists are currently preparing supporting structures. Then the reinforcement and concreting of the outer containment will commence.
Titan-2 Holding is the largest in the North-West group of companies, constructing the most important nuclear industry and power facilities. The company performs a full range of construction and installation works from engineering to commissioning.
Titan-2 Holding is the general contractor for the construction of the Leningrad NPP-2 power units. The Holding Companies perform all the civil, installation, and electrical works at a construction site. The works are carried out in the reactor, turbine, power supply, water supply, heat cogeneration buildings and other power unit structures.
The Holding is the main contractor for the construction of the Hanhikivi-1 NPP in Finland.