GEA Heat Exchangers receives order for Heller system in Sochi/Russia
19. May 2010 The Bochum based GEA Group Aktiengesellschaft received an order for the design, supply and erection of a indirect dry Heller cooling system for Gazprom’s new 360MW combined cycle power plant in the Sochi District/Russia. The order value is within the double digit million Euro range.
The new power plant is being built within the schedule to upgrade the local infrastructure for the Olympic winter games 2014 and will at the same time support the development of the local economy. “With this order our resource saving innovative Heller cooling system continues its proven track record of more than 20 systems that have been sold globally within the last 5 years” says András Balogh, President of the business Unit ACC/Heller within the segment GEA Heat Exchangers.
In order to increase customer proximity and to reduce complexity, all heat exchanger activities of GEA Group have been focused in the newly formed segment GEA Heat Exchangers. Heat exchangers from GEA are used in numerous applications in the energy and food sector worldwide. The segment provides the probably widest portfolio of heat exchangers worldwide – from single components made of finned tubes or plates to entire indirect and direct dry cooling and condensing systems or cooling towers.
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