Eesti Energia Narva Elektrijaamad (Estonian Energy Narva Power Plants) is the largest producer of electrical energy in Estonia and one of the most important power producers in Baltic region. The company is in constant development and renovation regarding its infrastructure. In 2010, the company has started a renovation project of its cooling water circulation pipelines located in an Estonian Power Plant production facility. Existing circulation pipelines were designed and built late 1960s early 70s. Due to constant exploitation and time factor these metallic pipelines are today in really bad condition – including rust, deformations of the pipeline itself, leaks etc.
Polypipe WMS re-engineers original specification for Northumbrian Water flood alleviation scheme based on Ridgistorm-XL’s proven performance and Krah electro-fusion jointing
It has the ability to arise after several hundred years and from its own ashes, reborn anew to live again. But what are the benefits to keep this same appearance and properties over and over again while the given conditions and demands change steadily? Evolutionary? Probably not – It’s time for a new PHOENIX!