According to a statement from Tecnatom, the contract will include training services on the modelling of simulation systems, thermo-hydraulic, neutron, electrical and instrumentation as well as control logic diagram modelling.
This contract extends Tecnatom's portfolio of services in Romania, where the company has performed various activities at Cernavoda in recent years, the statement said.
Romania has two Candu-6 units in commercial operation at Cernavoda on the banks of the Danube River. Cernavoda-1 began commercial operation in December 1996 and Cernavoda-2 in October 2007.
Tecnatom will supply the equipment in partnership with Ringo Válvulas, another Spanish company
In another statement, Tecnatom indicated that this contract secures the supply of safety-related valves for the refurbishment of Cernavoda. It will supply the equipment in partnership with Ringo Válvulas, another Spanish company. The Slovenian company Numip will be responsible for installing the valves onsite, Tecnatom said.