Celeros Flow Technology secures 10-year agreement for power pump maintenance

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Celeros Flow Technology brand ClydeUnion Pumps has secured an agreement with EDF which will see it provide dedicated pump maintenance and spares services across the customer’s entire network.
The multi-million euros contract cements the strategic lifecycle partnership between the two companies for a further 10 years.
The new agreement was formalised at a signing ceremony attended by senior representatives from both companies.
Christophe Bourgeois, regional sales director, nuclear aftermarket at ClydeUnion Pumps, commented: “We are proud to be a trusted lifecycle partner to EDF and look forward to working closely with their teams and supporting their business plan for the next decade. Nuclear energy is an essential source of supply as the world transitions towards a sustainable future.
“This new agreement means that our specialist OEM pumps and engineering services can continue to play an essential role in keeping the French energy supply safe and efficient.”
There are more than 850 safety-related pumps installed across EDF’s portfolio of 19 nuclear power plants and 56 nuclear reactors - 44% of which have been manufactured by ClydeUnion Pumps.
The LTA allows EDF to reserve enough capacity with ClydeUnion Pumps to ensure that the necessary skills and competences are available to support the long-term operation of the pumps on which their nuclear reactors rely.
The Celeros Flow Technology pump portfolio for nuclear applications includes residual heat removal pumps, charging pumps, main and auxiliary reactor feedwater pumps, containment spray pumps, medium head safety injection pump, concrete volute cooling water pumps, screw pumps, rotary vane pumps, control valves and containment sampling isolation valves.

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