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Installation of the new reactor vessel head represents one investment that Ameren Missouri is making on behalf of customers for cleaner air and renewable energy while upgrading outdated and aging infrastructure to create a more dependable grid.
Earlier, the company intended to substitute the Unit 2 steam generator and reactor vessel head in 2017, 30 years after the unit started operating.
and some European countries have begun to replace steam generators, reactor vessel heads, pressurizers, and other related components to reduce the risks associated with stress-corrosion cracking (SCC) of aging materials, and thereby enhance plant reliability and operational life.
The work involves offloading and heavy haul transportation of the reactor vessel heads at the plant sites, rigging and handling inside the containment building, temporary plant modifications to support replacement, creating an opening in the concrete reactor buildings, and closure of the opening once the reactor vessel heads are inside and the old heads are removed.
Ameren said that it s a nuclear reactor vessel head, which protects important parts of the reactor, and will be installed during a refueling outage in a few months.
Westinghouse's rigorous examination of our reactor vessel head - conducted every six years - showed it is in excellent condition.
MHI has also received orders for 16 units of its replacement reactor vessel heads for overseas clients, mainly in the U.
From 2002 to 2010, Palo Verde installed new steam generators, high-efficiency turbine rotors, new reactor vessel heads and rapid refueling machines in all three units.