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Since being switched off in 2011, the Philippsburg 1 boiling water reactor has been in the so-called post-operation mode. The post-operation phase ends as soon as the permission has been granted to shut down and dismantle the plant.
Kraftanlagen Heidelberg was tasked with the disassembly and dissection planning for the machine hall components. The duration of the project was 14 weeks. During this project an approach was pursued to enlarge the components as much as possible in order to prepare for an easier subsequent dismantling in the residual material processing centre in the future (RBZ).
The scope of deliveries of Kraftanlagen Heidelberg included screening the existing documentation for the following machine hall components:
During the creation of engineering documents, we provided services on superordinate topics such as:
The following component-specific topics were among our engineering services: