The installation of two complex polar crane beams on the rail track of the first unit of the Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant construction project has been completed. Experts from Russia’s Trust Rosem, Roin World LLC and Anargospectmontaj JSC have completed the process. This information was given in a press release of the Atomic Energy Corporation of Russia (Rosatom) on Wednesday (March 3).
It is reported that the main metal structure of the polar crane beam crane. With the help of this, the main technical equipments of the nuclear power plant such as reactor vessels, steam generators, pressure compressors are transported and later these are placed in the container area. These beams of the polar crane have been housed in a reactor building at an altitude of +37,500 meters with the help of a powerful crawler crane lever.
Yuri Koshelev, assistant director of project management Bangladesh branch of AAC JSC, said setting up such a heavy structure is a very complex and difficult task. For this you have to coordinate with the sub-contractors.
Infrastructure construction and crane mechanism work is currently underway on the crane runway. The crane will be used for later repairs and refueling once construction and power generation at the nuclear power plant begin.
Source: Bhorer Kagoj by www.bhorerkagoj.com.
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