The first transformer of the "flagship project" ERSO went to the substation "Narva"

The holding's specialists assembled one of the largest and most powerful units.

Moscow plant ERSO has shipped autotransformer ATDTsTN-400 000/330-U1, intended for Narva substation. This substation will supply electricity to the Baltic Gas Chemical Complex under construction. This is the first of the holding's four machines provided for this facility. The rest go through the active assembly stage.

“These autotransformers are among the largest products of our holding in modern history in terms of size and power,” said Konstantin Bochkarev, commercial director of ERSO. “They have an unusual design (four windings of low voltage 110 kilovolts), because the employees of our design bureau developed technical solutions specifically for the BHC project.”

After the equipment arrives at the Narva substation, installation and commissioning work will begin there. Installation supervision will be carried out by specialists of the ERSO holding.

The Baltic gas chemical complex, for which the "flagship" of ERSO will work, is being built in the village of Ust-Luga (Leningrad region). It will become part of the ethanol-containing gas processing cluster being created in the northwest of Russia. This is one of the largest such projects in the world.

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