Turbines’ oil control system first manufactured in Iran
An Iranian official of gas power plants told the media about the newest accomplishment of Iranian industry in domesticating a part which was formerly imported.
MNA – An Iranian official of gas power plants told the media about the newest accomplishment of Iranian industry in domesticating a part which was formerly imported.
The turbines’ oil control system of Ramin Power Plant in Iranian southwestern city of Ahwaz was for the first time manufactured by Iranian engineers, according to Davoud Mahmoudi, a responsible official of the plant.
He also recounted that the new system has significantly increased the fuel efficiency of the plant in addition to bringing 4 million dollar savings.
With 6 generator units of 350 Megawatts, Ramin Power Plant in Ahwaz has been generating electricity for three decades with efficiency of 38.5% and output of 1,750 Megawatts.
After the implementation of the US brokered anti-Iran sanctions in 2011, many Iranian industries suffered embargo upon needed spare parts. The necessity urged Iranians to initiate a national movement toward self-efficiency with reliance upon local engineers to replicate those parts and pieces they were withheld of.