At 330 kV Mozdok put into operation equipment of ELEKTROZAVOD

The branch of JSC "FGC UES" (part of the group of companies of "Rossetti") — MES South — equipped the 330 kV transmission line Mozdok — Artem shunt reactors production holding company "ELEKTROZAVOD" a total capacity of 240 MVA. 

The new equipment was put into operation at 330 kV Mozdok in North Ossetia — Alania. The shunt reactor is designed to reduce the active power loss, and helps to regulate and stabilize the voltage. This power generation equipment developed at the present technological level with the years of experience the largest Russian power company OAO "ELEKTROZAVOD." The latest equipment is manufactured in accordance with international standards and is designed to work without major repairs within a specified period of service. The reactors are equipped with modern monitoring system and a fire, do not require high maintenance costs. Previously, reactive power control devices in the substation was not.

330 kV line Mozdok — Artem built as part of the investment program of OAO "UES FGC" to ensure the power output of the Dagestan hydropower consumers in the North Caucasus Federal District. The new power line length of 280 km, passes through the territories of the four subjects of the Russian Federation — North Ossetia — Alania, Stavropol Territory, the Chechen Republic and the Republic of Dagestan. The project for the construction of the line has also been expanded 330 kV substation and Mozdok built 330 kV substation Artem.

Holding company "ELEKTROZAVOD" a leading global manufacturer, with 85 years of experience in developing and manufacturing various transformer, reactor and switching of electrical equipment. Especially for the objects of the Federal Grid Company at JSC "ELEKTROZAVOD" developed and produced the latest power equipment. The use of modern materials, reliable components provides a significant improvement in the basic parameters of the equipment, reducing the weight and size characteristics, reduced installation and maintenance costs.

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