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Bridge crane of the turbine hall commissioned on the Akkuyu-1 unit

AtomInfo.Ru, PUBLISHED 10.09.2023

A bridge crane with a lifting capacity of 350 tons was put into operation in the turbine hall of the Akkuyu-1, which is under construction in Turkey.

This was reported by the Akkuyu Nuclear company.

The main crane of the turbine hall (electric overhead double-girder crane) will allow carrying out lifting, transport and loading and unloading operations during construction and installation works and at the stage of operation of the nuclear power plant.

In total, three overhead cranes are installed at different levels in the turbine hall of the first unit, which will be combined by a high-tech control system.

Topics: Asia, Turkey, NPP Akkuyu

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