Dresser wins $10MM in control valve contracts from China Nuclear Power Engineering

Source: Dresser Inc.

Dresser Masoneilan® announced it has secured an additional $10 million in control valve contracts from China Nuclear Power Engineering Company (CNPEC) for China Guangdong Nuclear Power Group’s Ningde, Yangjiang and Fangchenggang nuclear power plants. Dresser Masoneilan will supply manufacturing, installation and support services for the valves planned for the secondary side of the power plant. 

Dresser Masoneilan has been serving the nuclear power industry in China for more than 15 years and has an installed base of products in the 12 nuclear power units currently operating in the country, as well as 20 other nuclear power plants currently or soon to be under construction. The newest addition is the Fangchenggang Nuclear Power Plant, which began construction in July 2010 and is expected to start commercial operation in 2015. 

“Dresser Masoneilan has some of the most experienced project engineers and technicians in the industry, and customers have relied on us for not only our high-performance control valves, but also our extensive project knowledge,” said Eric Strecker, vice president of sales, Asia Pacific region for the Flow Technologies Segment of Dresser Inc. “Drawing upon our depth of experience in the nuclear power industry, we worked with CNPEC to develop a solution that is fully compliant with the specific challenging application needs of each of these nuclear power plants.” 

Dresser Masoneilan is one of few control valve suppliers in the world that can comply with the full scope of products and stringent certifications required for the nuclear power industry. Dresser Masoneilan’s differentiated technologies, such as the V-LOG® and LincolnLog® Energy Management Trim designs, provide the ideal control valve solution for general service through severe service applications. Dresser Masoneilan is also able to provide customers with technical expertise and support at the local level through its global network of fully equipped aftermarket centers. 

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