Leningrad NPP’s reactor no.3 shutdown for repairs

Publish date: February 16, 2005

On February 12, the Leningrad NPP's specialists shut down unit no.3 for the scheduled repairs, which should be completed by July 1, Interfax reported.

It is planned to change more than 200 fuel channels and certify the piping system, said the plant’s representative. At the moment the Leningrad NPP is operating three units with 1,000 MW capacity each.

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