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Complex (Consolidated) Safety Upgrade Program of Power Units of Nuclear Power Plants

 | Published April 18, 2017  -  Deadline April 18, 2018
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This notice updates the General Procurement Notice published on the Bank’s website on 18 April 2016. 

State Enterprise National Nuclear Energy Generating Company “Energoatom” intends  to use the loan proceeds in the amount of up to EUR 300 million of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (“the Bank”) for the implementation of Complex (Consolidated) Safety Upgrade Program of Power Units of Nuclear Power Plants (“the Project”). In parallel, the European Atomic Energy Community, represented by the European Commission (“Euratom”) will also provide a loan of up to EUR 300 million to assist in financing the Project.

The Project will require the procurement of the following goods for Units 1 and 2 of Khmelnitsky NPP/KhNPP (Kh1, Kh2); Units 3 and 4 of Rivne NPP/RNPP (R3, R4);  Unit 3 of South-Ukraine NPP/SUNPP (SU3); Units 3, 4, 5 and 6 of Zaporizhzhya NPP/ZNPP (Z3, Z4, Z5, Z6):

 

Package 101.

Replace live steam pipelines check valves to increase their reliability and maintainability for Kh1, R3.

Package 105.

Implement equipment to upgrade main reactor joint sealing for SUNPP and ZNPP.
Implement leak tight plugs in steam generator headers to perform repairs for KhNPP, ZNPP, RNPP and SUNPP.

Package 109.

Implement an "in-process" cleaning system for service water spraying pools of vital parts for R3, R4, SU3. 

Package 112.

Equip power units with the system for remote monitoring of strain in reinforced cables of containment pre-stressed system for Z5, Z6.

Package 113.

Replace 6 kV switches in the channels of safety trains and of safety related systems for Kh1.
Modernize the in-house 6kV power supply system for Kh1.
Modernize the distribution device of 0,4 kV for Kh1.
Modernize relay protection and automation circuits introducing microelectronics relays Kh1.

Package 115.

Modernize the in-house 6kV power supply system for Z3, Z4, Z5.

Modernize relay protection and automation circuits introducing microelectronics relays for Z3, Z4, Z5.

Package 116.

Modernize the distribution device of 0,4 kV for Z3, Z4, Z5.

Package 117.

Replace 6 kV switches in the channels of safety trains and of safety related systems for SU3.
Modernize the in-house 6kV power supply system for SU3.
Modernize the distribution device of 0,4 kV for SU3.
Modernize relay protection and automation circuits introducing microelectronics relays for SU3.

Package 120.

Modernize safety important systems with replacing 6 kV and 0.4 kV electric motors for SU3, R3, Kh1.

Package 127.

Modernize the electrical part of the turbine control system K‑1000‑60/3000 for Kh1, Kh2, SU3.

Package 132.

Instrumentation during and after an accident for R3, R4.
Introduce the system to monitor hydrogen concentration in the containment for beyond design basis accidents for R3, R4.

Package 133.

Instrumentation during and after an accident for Kh1, Kh2.
Introduce the system to monitor hydrogen concentration in the containment for beyond design basis accidents for Kh1, Kh2.

Package 135.

Instrumentation during and after an accident for SU3;
Introduce the system to monitor hydrogen concentration in the containment for beyond design basis accidents for SU3.

Package 137.

Modernize power unit main computer information system to include automated radiation monitoring system and safety parameters displaying system for SU3.
Modernize radiation monitoring systems (RMS) for SU3.

Create a system to retain operability and ensure information storage under design and beyond design basis accidents (“a black box”) for SU3.

Package 141.

Modernize reactor building safety related instrumentation and control, process protection and interlocking, automatic regulation and remote control systems (including equipment of auxiliary buildings of safety class 3N) for SU3.
Modernize turbine hall safety related instrumentation and control (including turbine mechanical parameters monitoring system), process protection and interlocking, automatic regulation and remote control systems for SU3.

Package 142.

Modernize reactor building safety related instrumentation and control, process protection and interlocking, automatic regulation and remote control systems (including equipment of auxiliary buildings of safety class 3N) for Kh1, Kh2.
Modernize turbine hall safety related instrumentation and control (including  turbine mechanical parameters monitoring system), process protection and interlocking, automatic regulation and remote control systems for Kh1, Kh2.

Package 144.

Modernize automatic power regulator, power limiting device to comply with regulatory documents for Z4, Z5.

Package 146.

Modernize the control safety systems and hardware replacement for R3.

Package 148.

Modernize the control safety systems and hardware replacement for SU3.

Package 153.

Modernize the standby diesel generators control system for Z3, Z4, Z5.

Package 154.

Implement equipment and methodology for cladding leak test (KGO) by a sipping-method in the working mast of the refueling machine during transportation of fuel assemblies (FA) for Z3, Z4.

Modernize the refueling machine control system for Z3, Z4, Z5.

Package 155.

Replace automatic chemical control (ACC-1,2) systems. Upgrade and automatize primary and secondary water chemistry for Kh1, R3, Z3, Z4, Z5, SU3.

Package 157.

Implementation of containment forced depressurization system for Kh1, R3, Z3, Z4, Z5, SU3.

Package 158.       

Develop procedure and equipment to determine the remaining life of NPP cables for SU3.

Package 159.       

Modernize the control safety systems and unified complex cabinets based on hardwired logic replacement for Kh1.

 

 

Tendering for the above contracts is being launched package-by-package starting with the first quarter of 2017.

Contracts to be financed with the proceeds of a loan from the Bank will be subject to the Bank's Procurement Policies and Rules and will be open to firms from any country. The proceeds of the Bank's loan will not be used for the purpose of any payment to persons or entities, of for any import of goods, if such payment or import is prohibited by a decision of the United Nations Security Council taken under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations or under a law  of the Purchaser's country.

Interested suppliers and contractors should contact:

SE NNEGC ENERGOATOM

Mr. Gennady SAZONOV, CCSUP PMU Manager

 

Office 410, 6 Gaidara Street, Kyiv 01033, Ukraine

 

tel.   +380 (44) 277 79 87, +380 (44) 206 97 97

 

e-mail: pmu@direkcy.atom.gov.ua

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