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OCT 01 2014

First set of girders for NTPC plant flagged off from Tiruchi

  • Economic Times, ET Bureau / Hyderabad
  • Created: Wed 01st OCT 2014

The first set of girders for the 800 MW Design Rating Super Critical Boiler for National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC)-Gadarwara STPP was flagged off from M/s Five Star Industries, Mathur, recently.

A.V.Krishnan, Executive Director, Bharath Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) flagged off the girders. A.R.Syed Arif, Managing Partner, Five Star Industries, Raja Manohar, General Manager, Outsourcing, BHEL, and Mathivanan, General Manager, Quality Control, BHEL, were present.

The girder sets were manufactured by subcontractors of BHEL, M/s Five Star Industries, a leading firm specialising in manufacturing such girders.

Ceiling girders, as the name suggests, are placed on the top of columns of the boiler structure at a height of 105 metres.

This is the first 800 MW design boiler component supplied by the BHEL to NTPC, a company release said.

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