Power Machines produced the first hydro power plant for the Argentine

"Power Machines" manufactured hydrogenerator equipment for the first hydroelectric power plant under construction Argentine "Punta Negra." All components and parts of the generator, only 74 cargo space, packaged, the company reports. Also prepared for shipment to the excitation system.

The contract for the supply of hydraulic equipment for the power plant "Punta Negra" was signed between "Power Machines" and the general contractor of a hydropower plant "turnkey" — Argentine consortium UTE (company Techint and Panedile) — in 2011.

Under the terms of the contract "Power Machines" manufacture and deliver two power companies Argentine turbine 32 MW each, pre-turbine valves and automatic control systems, as well as two complete generator with excitation systems.

Input power plant "Punta Negra" expected to be commissioned in late 2015.

Currently, the "Power Machines" are working on making the second of hydro and hydro turbine equipment. Participation in the construction of hydroelectric Argentine — the continuation of the success of "Power Machines" in the Latin American energy market. In 2010, were put into operation two new hydropower plant with production equipment "Power Machines" — "Los Caracoles" in Argentina and "La Higuera" in Chile:

  • For the Argentine station "Power Machines" designed and manufactured two hydroelectric capacity 60.78 MW each complete with hydro and accessories.
  • For hydropower in Chile Russian power engineering company produced and delivered two hydro-power 77.5 MW each complete with excitation systems.

Also in 2012, have been completed on the hydraulic capacity of 375 MW each at the plant "La Yesca" in Mexico, for which the "Power Machines" set up two hydro-generator, as well as accessories and completed the design and installation of electromechanical equipment machine room on the "turn- the key. " Earlier, in 2008 and 2009, "Power Machines" produced and delivered to the hydroelectric power plant "Sant Joan" in Brazil, two hydro-power to 41 MW each.

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