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MW Power steam boiler in Kazakhstan Republic
MW Power has delivered in 2005 a steam boiler plant to AO Company Biohim in the
Kazakhstan republic. AO Company Biohim,
a subsidiary of TOO Basco, was created to
manage production of high-octane fuel additives (bio-ethanol) from grain. The site
is in Tajynsha, North Kazakhstan.
Specialists estimate that the use of bio-ethanol will help to reduce unhealthy emissions from petrol combustion by 40-80% and increase engine efficiency. This project is very important for Kazakhstan because production will be based on a local feed source (grain) and it undoubtedly will find a market abroad. Demand for such products is very high in the world and similar existing plants do not cover the need.
The project is being financed by the state-owned Development Bank of Kazakhstan along with foreign investments and Biohim funds. This is the first commercial project in Kazakhstan to be financed by the state. The state’s interest derives from the fact that the project supports the country’s rural development programme and is also important for Kazakhstan’s industrial development.
The boiler plant will have a thermal output of 2 x 23 t/h + 2 x 16 t/h. MW Power has deliverd the equipments, including boiler house, and the supervision works. The plant will run on oil (mazut M-100) and produce steam for technology and for heating workshops.
AS Narva Elektrijaamad,
In 2005, MW Power supplied a steam boiler plant with Noviter water tube boilers to AS Narva Eletrijaamad in Estonia. Boiler plant consists of three 87 MW steam boilers producing superheated steam for industrial process and also district heat to Narva´s district heating network through the heat exchangers.
The boiler plant is equipped with modern and environmentally friendly low-nox burners. By phasing of combustion, the optimal combustion circumstance can be reached and the environmental emissions are minimized. The degree of automation of the plant is high. They can be driven from the main control room of the power plant without local crew.
Steam capacity: 3 x 87 MW / 3 x 117 t/h
District heating capacity: 260 MW
Steam pressure: 16 bar
Steam temperature: 300 °C
Fuels: natural gas and heavy fuel oil