Tuesday, January 1, 2008

Manjung Coal Fired 3X700MW Power Plant

Manjung Coal Fired 3X700MW Power Plant

Project Description :

The Manjung Power Plant, a three-unit, 2100-Megawatt coal-fired power station. Each 700-Megawatt unit consists of a steam generating boiler, high pressure steam turbine with condenser, a generator, other equipment for electrical supplies, and plant controls which incorporate a high degree of automation and safety protection.

The Manjung Plant also features the first triple-flue stack built in the country and also the highest stack in Malaysia at 197 metres. Other key features of this plant include:

· Use of sub-bituminous and bituminous coals with low sulphur grades.

· State-of-the art Pulverised Fuel Firing combustion technology

· Boilers equipped with low-NOx burners.

· Electrostatic Precipitators (ESPs) that can achieve up to 99.9% dust removal.

· A wet-type seawater scrubber Flue Gas Desulphurisation (FGD) system is installed to ensure SOx emissions are within international limits.

· An ash pond around which the Bentonite Cut-off Wall technique is used to contain leachates and prevent any contaminated water from leaking into the surrounding aquatic environment.

The civil construction requirements of the Manjung Power Plant project include 250,000 cubic metres of concrete, 25,000 tonnes of steel reinforcement, a 1.5 kilometre-long offshore cooling intake, a 100-metre long offshore outfall, and 30,000 tonnes of structural steel.

This article take from www.pecd.com.my.

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