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IMI Critical Engineering Produces Turbine Bypass Valve in India


IMI Critical Engineering, a global specialist designer and supplier of critical valve solutions, has manufactured a turbine bypass valve for a 1,050-MW supercritical thermal power plant, the first of its kind ever produced in India. IMI CCI Japan, part of IMI Critical Engineering, was approached by a Japanese engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) company to work on the project. The contract required IMI CCI Japan to supply eight sets of low-pressure turbine bypass isolation and control valves, each with a capacity of 1,050-MW. While the assembly and testing of the turbine bypass valves was undertaken at IMI CCI Japan, IMI CCI Sri City was chosen as the manufacturing facility for the valve body (including all welding and de-superheater), fully machined internals, and the bonnet. The project was successfully delivered to an exacting client specification.

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