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GEA supplies cooling systems to China

By Gerald Ondrey |

GEA Group AG (Bochum, Germany; www.geagroup.com) received in its Energy and Farm Technology Segment orders worth EUR 46 million for efficient power plant cooling equipment from China. The orders consist of an Alex Air Cooled Condenser for the 2 x 660 MW coal fired power plant Chongxin and a Heller cooling system for the coal fired power plant Shuidonggou, which has an equal energy output. Both systems represent an environmentally friendly and resource saving way of power plant cooling as no water is consumed in the cooling cycle of the power plant and no heated cooling water is discharged to the environment. Additionally the innovative Heller system of GEA provides further energy saving potential, as the advantages of a dry cooling system are combined with the use of natural draft cooling tower that does not need external energy to create air circulation across its heat exchangers, whereas air cooled condensers allow for a compact power station arrangement with cooling equipment that has a low height. “After the recent completion and successful start up of the Yangcheng 2 x 600 MW Heller system, this new order represents already the fourth power plant in China that will be equipped with this efficient technology of GEA, following…
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