08-12-24 21:00

CTEC Signed the Contract of Qinshan Phase II DCS/KIT/KPS Upgrade


On Apr. 20th 2012, CTEC signed the contract with China Nuclear Power Operation Management Co., Ltd. (hereafter called CNPOM) to upgrade the DCS/KIT/KPS system for Unit 1&2 of Qinshan NPP Phase II project. Mr. Wang Qiwen, Vice General Manager of CNPOM, and Mr. Hao Zhijian, General Manager of CTEC signed the contract on behalf of each party. Mr. He Xiaojian, General Manager of CNPOM and Mr. Shu Guogang, General Manager of CNPEC, and Chairman of the Board of CTEC, attended the signing ceremony and made speeches. 

The signing of the contract is a result of the closer and complementary cooperation between the domestic NPP owner and local equipment supplier. It’s also an important initiative that the two parties work together to promote the upgrade of the major nuclear power equipment, the digital instrument and control (I&C) systems. The upgrade will adopt advanced and mature platforms, equipments and technologies, which have been successively used in I&C systems for the 14 CPR1000 units supplied by CTEC. It’s believed that the upgrade will further improve the stability and safety of the operation of Qinshan Phase II.
Qinshan Phase II is the first commercial NPP in China with independent design, construction, management and operation. Unit 1&2 were put into commercial operation respectively in April 2002 and May 2005. The upgrade of the DCS/KIT/KPS system for the two 600MW units is the largest I&C refurbishment project for in-service nuclear power units in the country in terms of scale. CTEC once successfully finished the upgrade of KIT/KPS system for Daya Bay NPP in 2008 and 2009. The project was the largest one at that time and won 3rd Prize of S&T Progress Award by National Energy Administration (NEA) of 2009. The upgrade project for Qinshan Phase II involves not only the KIT/KPS system but also the DCS for CI (conventional island). According to the contract, CTEC will be responsible for basic design, detailed design, manufacturing and testing, technical support of site installation and commissioning, training for users and etc. The project means a larger scale and a wider work scope, which reflects the improvement of the overall strength of CTEC as a local I&C supplier in R&D, engineering implementation and project management.
As a member company of CGNPC, CTEC is a company specialized in design, manufacturing and engineering of nuclear power digital I&C systems. It has the capabilities of providing full-life-cycle supply and technical service, including R&D, engineering design, product manufacturing, system integration and testing, installation and commissioning, and operation maintenance. CTEC possesses self-owned core technologies in safety-classified DCS and specific I&C systems. And it’s able to design and manufacture DCS for multiple 1000MW NPP units simultaneously.


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