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Pumps High–Performance Pumps for new Indian Power Station

Editor: Dominik Stephan

KSB is scheduled to supply a new, state-of-the-art coal-fired power plant located south-east of Pune in the West Indian state of Maharashtra with 16 pumps by November 2014. India's national energy authority is building the supercritical power plant comprising two 660-megawatt units in Solapur.

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Multistage boiler feed pump from the CHTD series, similar to those destined for use in Solapur, India
Multistage boiler feed pump from the CHTD series, similar to those destined for use in Solapur, India
(Picture: KSB)

Solapur/India – The contract includes delivery of four large turbine-driven duty pumps, four smaller start-up and stand-by pumps driven by electric motors, and eight booster pumps. The duty pumps' maximum flow rate is 1,265 cubic metres per hour. The highest head as per project specifications is around 3,675 metres, and the operating temperature is 190 degrees Celsius.

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