DTL involved in the modifications to Four Units on Greece’s Largest Coal Fired Power Plant

Agios Dimitrios Power Station is a five-unit coal-fired power plant with a total generating capacity of 1,600 MW from two 300 MW units (Units I and II), two 310 MW units (Units III and IV), and one 365 MW unit (Unit V).   The largest of Greece’s power plants, located near Agios Dimitrios, in Kozani, situated between the towns of Kozani and Ellispontos village, is the district’s main heating system.

The plant burns lignite extracted through opencast mining, a process undertaken at the Lignite Center of Western Macedonia, which is located in the Ptolemais-Amynteo region, the main coal mining area of Greece.

Damper Technology Ltd (DTL) have been contracted to design and manufacture the complete supply of dampers, forming an integral part of the refurbishment works taking place on 4 of the Power Plant’s Flue Gas Heat Recovery System units.

A diverse range of dampers designed and supplied by DTL for this project.
A diverse range of dampers designed and supplied by DTL for this project.

The diversity of damper designs DTL are providing on this project highlights our truly flexible approach to design and supply, including circular and rectangular frame butterfly and multilouvre types, with bolted flange connections or welded into the duct, in a range of carbon steel and pressure vessel materials, supplied either bareshaft, with manual gearbox or electric actuation.

Across three orders DTL will supply in excess of 300 damper units in varying sizes and functionality. For Unit I & II DTL will supply 188 dampers including actuators and for Unit III & IV DTL will supply 128 dampers bare shaft.

Contact us today to get a damper specifically designed for your application, from a head office and manufacturing plant in the UK, subsidiaries in India, North America and Denmark, and through a network of agents and licensed manufacturers, DTL offer a wide range of quality damper products and custom packages for industry worldwide.  See our contact us page.

By on February 26th, 2017