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GEI Industrial Systems bags first nuclear power sector order.

Bhopal, Dec. 13 -- GEI Industrial Systems, one of the leading manufacturers of Air Cooled Vacuum Steam Condensers (ACSC) and Air Cooled Heat Exchangers (ACHE), announced that it has bagged a contract from Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL), worth Rs. 37 crore.

The Company would impart Engineering, Procurement and Construction services for Heavy Water Upgrading Plant and Waste Management Plant for 2X700 MWe PHWR type Rajasthan Atomic Power Project 7&8.The scope of this contract includes engineering, procurement, manufacturing, supply, site construction and erection and commissioning of variety of equipment like distillation columns (around 1 meter diameter x 52 meter height), tanks and vessels including large diameter dyke tanks, canned pumps, heat exchangers, ion exchangers, de-contamination & laundry equipment, etc.

Commenting on the order received, Mr. CE Fernandes, Chairman & Managing Director, GEI Industrial Systems, said, "It is a defining moment for all of us. The recognition entrusted upon us by NPCIL resonates our technical and design capabilities in understanding and executing complex projects."

With its foray in nuclear sector, the company now commands presence across sectors such as hydrocarbons, thermal, gas and nuclear power, offering solutions from 60-660MW.

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