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Alstom India bags orders valued at Rs 840 million for environment control systems

According to reports, Alstom has bagged two contracts valued at Rs 84 crore from  NALCO and  RINL. These include a fume treatment plant at NALCO’s Angul plant and stock house dust extraction system at RINL’s Vizag steel plant.
Alstom’s scope of supply for the fume treatment plant at NALCO’s Angul plant will include a gas conditioning tower for cooling of the gas followed by a Alstom patented fabric filter system, ducts, dampers and electrical control systems.
At RINL’s Vizag steel plant, Alstom will install a new air pollution control system replacing the existing one with new duct systems, electrostatic precipitator, dampers and electrical control systems.
“The customer specifically chose Alstom due to its extensive experience in providing customized retrofit solution, seamlessly integrated into the existing production process. When completed, the Alstom system will improve energy efficiency as well as the working environment at the plant,” said the company in a release.
Francois Carpentier, vice president, thermal and  renewable power, Alstom India said: “We are witnessing sustained growth in the environmental control systems business. These latest contracts are further proof that utilities and industrial customers in India value our world-leading air quality control solutions. Alstom’s focus will be to ensure the application of the most effective and efficient environmental control technology for both these plants”.
Alstom’s business unit in Kolkata will handle the execution activities associated with supply of the fume treatment plant and the stock house dust extraction system. To-date, Alstom has installed more than 90 fabric filter systems and 1100 electrostatic precipitators worldwide.

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