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Power Generation CHANGE CATEGORY

Power Generation news, May 2010

The Weir Group plc and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd (MHI) are to jointly develop activities in the UK nuclear new build market under the WEIR-MHI brand.

Japan’s Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd and India’s Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) have jointly received an order for 18 pumps as part of a steam turb

Curtiss-Wright Flow Control - EMD and Westinghouse Electric Co LLC are continuing their successful testing of the world’s largest canned-motor reactor cool

The 2010 Scottish Engineering Award has gone to ClydeUnion Pumps.

KSB AG has officially opened its new production and test facility for large power station pumps with drive ratings of up to 50MW at its Frankenthal site in

The new range of displacement measurement sensors use the recently-developed printed coil and permanent magnet technology.

The pump sets will be uses in the power station of a fertilizer factory producing urea and granular urea, located in the town of Ain Sukhna, Egypt.

The new division expands ENER-G’s existing ground source heat pump operation; specialising in the design, installation and maintenance of heat pumps.

Hayward Tyler Global Services, a division of Hayward Tyler Ltd, has delivered essential power goods to the Kendal Power Station in South Africa, following

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