The INNOPROM International Industrial Exhibition will start on July 7th. ROTEC Holding will present its new developments in steam turbine design and manufacture and power-generating equipment servicing. It will also demonstrate experimental prototypes of supercapacitor modules, which can be used in various areas – the alternative power engineering, shipbuilding, public transport.
Particularly, the Ural Turbine Works (a part of ROTEC Holding) will show at INNOPROM its power turbines for supercharged boiler cycles and marine-type turbines. A few months ago, in May 2015, the plant completed a pilot project for manufacturing turbine equipment for the atomic ice-breaker "Arktika" (Project 22220). This was the first project for marine turbine manufacturing in the post-Soviet history of the plant.
Specialists of the Remote Monitoring and Prognosis Center of CJSC ROTEC will demonstrate to participants of the industrial exhibition their system currently used to support contracts for gas-turbine equipment servicing. This system has been implemented at four Russian thermal power stations in the current year. This system can potentially be used to monitor any industrial equipment and it can be integrated into the global industrial network, being its basic element.
TEEMP engineering company (a part of ROTEC Holding) will present experimental prototypes of supercapacitor-based energy storage units with characteristics – internal resistance, specific energy and cost parameters – similar or exceeding world equivalents.
ROTEC Holding will be among 48 Russian companies, sharing the exhibition stand of the RF Ministry of Industry and Trade.
The INNOPROM business program includes meetings and negotiations of the ROTEC management with the heads of delegations from the Republic of Belarus and African countries regarding implementation of new projects.