Westinghouse Lands Chemistry Monitoring System Contract for Bulgarian Nuclear Power Plant
Westinghouse Electric CompanyÃ‚Â has been awarded a contract to provide Primary Side Chemistry Monitoring Systems for Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant Units 5 and 6 in Bulgaria.
Westinghouse will provide an on-line chemistry analysis system to replace manual sample collection and laboratory analysis of 16 primary chemistry parameters. The chemistry system will provide information to the Kozloduy plant computer system for display in the control room and at other Ovation work stations. KNPP Units 5 and 6 are 953 Mwe pressurized waterreactors of VVER design.
Westinghouse will supply the hardware system, as well as project management, system integration, site activities and installation. The main system installation for Unit 5 is scheduled for spring 2008 and, for Unit 6, in fall 2008.
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