Servelec secures four major systems projects worth over £3m
They include the installation of a dry fuel store monitoring system in a UK nuclear power station that will help increase the lifetime of the plant by a further 20 years.
Sheffield-based Servelec will work on the design, manufacture and site installation of the system that will monitor the temperature.
The second contract is for the replacement of sootblower controls at one of the UK’s largest coal-fired power stations.
Sootblowers remove soot from boilers to ensure they operate at maximum efficiency and Servelec will replace the existing obsolete Allen Bradley controls.
Servelec Controls’ oil and gas division has won a third contract to design and install modifications to the process controls system of a power station as well as new fire and gas and emergency shutdown systems.
The modifications are required to help the plant comply with the Montreal Protocol on substances that deplete the ozone layer.
In the fourth contract,Servelec Controls will be involved in a unique project to help relocate an entire power plant from the UK to the Middle East.
Once the CHP power plant has been deconstructed, transported and rebuilt, Servelec Controls will design, construct and install a site-wide distributed control system, design and fit out new local equipment rooms and provide technical proposals for the migration of existing fire and gas and emergency shutdown systems.
Last week the company said it has continued its positive progress and is trading in line with expectations.