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UTW to Upgrade Generating Facilities at the Ulaanbaatar TPP-4 (Mongolia)

The Ural Turbine Works (ROTEC Holding) executes the contract to upgrade main generating equipment at the Ulaanbaatar TPP-4 in the capital of Mongolia.

A complete set of equipment to upgrade the T-100 turbine has already been manufactured and sent to the customer. As a result, the turbine fleet life will be fully updated, its technical and economic performance will be increased, in particular, its capacity will be increased by 13 MW. In addition, flexibility and maintainability of the turbine will be improved.

Under the contract, the Ural Turbine Works will upgrade two more machines by the end of 2019 - ПТ-80 turbine and Т-100 turbine, and complete the restoration of the last Т-100 turbine in 2020.

Implementing such a large-scale project to upgrade generating equipment will allow the Ulaanbaatar TPP-4, which is the leading power-generating company in Mongolia, to ensure reliable and trouble-free power supply to the capital and the country's energy system as a whole.


The partners have already had successful cooperation experience. In 2015, UTW completed the expansion of the plant, installing a 130 MW turbine generating unit. This project was awarded Altan Garage award of the President of Mongolia. The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Ural Turbine Works, Mikhail Lifshits, was awarded the title of the Honored Power Engineer of Mongolia, the highest industry award of the country’s power engineers based on the results of the project implementation. It took Russian machine builders only one year to implement it, which is a record-breaking time for such complex facilities. Works at the site began in February of 2014, the first megawatts of power were generated in March of 2015. The new power unit was installed between operating turbines without their shutdown.

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