Atucha Nuclear Power Plant, Argentina
Atucha Nuclear Power Plant
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Control dampers RGK-3001-G-DIN
Back-draught dampers RSK-1001-G-DI-MS1-BL-h
The Atucha nuclear power plant is situated near the town of Zárate in the Argentinian province of Buenos Aries. The plant consists of three blocks. Atucha 1 and 2 were imported from the Federal Republic of Germany in the 1960s and 1970s. Atucha 1 was the first nuclear power plant in Argentina. With a capacity of 745 MW, Atucha 2 is the power generation block with the highest capacity in Argentina. Lucoma control dampers and back-draught dampers are installed at the Atucha power plant.
Back-draught dampers in reinforced design with centre bar MS1.