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Lentjes to build desulphurisation plants for a large power station in the U.K.
The contract was awarded by Rugeley Power Limited, a subsidiary of the global power generation company International Power plc. International Power has power stations in 18 countries with 17,884 MW (net) in operation and 1,119 MW (net) under construction.
Rugeley Power Station was commissioned in 1970 and is located in Staffordshire, on the River Trent 30 km north of Birmingham. It consists of 2 x 500 MW coal fired boilers. The plant mainly operates at base load during the winter with periods of two-shift operation likely during other parts of the year. The limestone/gypsum FGD systems incorporate a bypass system and a gas/gas heater for reheating the flue gases to over 80oC prior to being discharged through the chimney.
The limestone delivery and gypsum off-take will be by rail and modifications to the existing coal delivery sidings are included in the supply, together with a tubular conveying system to transport the limestone/gypsum to and from the absorber area of the FGD plants.
A waste water treatment plant will clean the water from the gypsum dewatering process before discharge to a new outfall.
The FGD systems are due to be commissioned in 2008.
The installation of the FGD plants will allow an extended operation of the power station complying with the European Large Combustion Plant Directive (LCPD).
Lentjes is currently constructing FGD plants for the Fiddler’s Ferry and Ferrybridge power stations which are also located in the U.K. and, in part, are of similar design to Rugeley. Besides the technological and economic advantages the decision to award the contract to Lentjes GmbH was also due to the synergies resulting therefrom.k
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