Thermax has bagged EPC contract worth Rs 503 crore from a leading Government of India Enterprise for setting up a captive power plant for its new 3 million ton per annum integrated steel plant in Central India.
The company will design, engineer, construct and commission the project on a turnkey basis. The supply of equipment include three 160 ton per hour capacity (3x160 TPH) boilers that use multiple fuels - blast furnace and coke oven gas from the steel process and light diesel oil- and two 40 MW each steam turbines. Steam from the boilers will be used to blow air into the blast furnace and to generation 80 MW of power.
The order also includes water demineraliser plant, cooling water system, air conditioning and ventilation system, compressed air system, fire fighting facilities, emergency DG set, etc. This project is designed as a zero discharge plant and an effluent treatment plant based on reverse omosis will recycle water.
Thermax offers engineering solutions to various industries. It offers wide range of products and services in heating, cooling, waste heat recovery, captive power, water treatment, recycling and waste management.