India’s NPCIL receives Steam Generators for Kakrapar Atomic Power Station Unit 3

Larsen & Toubro Limited, an Indian multinational conglomerate headquartered in Mumbai has supplied two 700 MWe steam generators for Unit 3 of the Kakrapar nuclear energy plant located in the state of Gujarat. Each  steam  generator  weighs  about 215 tons  and  is  made  of special low-alloy quenched  &  tempered  steel  with nickel-iron-chromium  alloy tubes, and stainless steel internally.

Kakrapar Nuclear Energy Plant

Kakrapar Nuclear Energy Plant

“Success was achieved through relentless dedicated joint efforts by L&T & NPCIL engineers,” said M.V. Kotwal president of Larsen & Toubro’s  Heavy Engineering business unit.

Part of India’s efforts to  buil this reactor relies on  L&T Special Steel and Heavy Forgings,  a joint venture between Larsen & Toubro and Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited reports Nuclear Street News.

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