"Red Boiler" affirmed the right to design and manufacture equipment for nuclear power plants.
Taganrog Boiler Plant "Red Boiler" (the main production site of "EMA", which is part of the power engineering group OAO "Power Machines") has successfully passed the test RTN. According to its results, the company has confirmed the validity of licenses entitling to the design and manufacture of equipment for nuclear power plants (NPPs).
This activity is one of the few licensed in Russia, due to high demands for quality manufactured equipment. Before you prepare the company for an external inspection, the company held an internal audit. In turn, representatives of the RTN verified that the product range of license conditions and compliance with rules and regulations in the design, quality plans, availability reporting and records, as well as the level of equipment manufacturing.
On all counts check was received a positive assessment of the company. The high production standards in the shops. Recall "Red Boiler" is a manufacturer of almost all heat exchangers and storage equipment is operated at the present time on the blocks of nuclear power plants in Russia and abroad. The major share of this equipment Taganrog Boiler plant produced until 1989. After that, work on the manufacture of equipment for nuclear power plants, "Red Kotelshchik" were stopped. In 2002, it was decided to resume the production of equipment for nuclear power plants, as well as obtained the appropriate licenses for the design and manufacture of equipment for these facilities.
Due to the big break in the manufacture of products for the nuclear power plant, the first licenses were issued for a period of 3 years. With a further extension of the license and increased their duration — up to 5 years. In 2011, taking into account the good reputation of the company and the lack of complaints from customers — nuclear power plants — the license eligibility to the design and manufacture of equipment for nuclear power plants have been issued for the maximum possible term — 7 years.