Employees of the third unit installed emergency feed water pumps at the facility.  The pumps are intended to provide steam generators with water during anticipated operational occurrences of the power unit and in the case of design basis accidents.

Titan-2 has signed new contracts for electrical and hydraulic works on the Hanhikivi-1 construction site.

Construction of 0.4kV power lines is also ongoing.  Construction and installation works on the sorted waste station have been completed.

The event is called “Nordic Perspectives” and is held annually.

The operation is divided into two phases: "Hydraulic testing and circulation flushing of the primary circuit" and "Hot run".  The tests are conducted without nuclear fuel in the reactor and do not pose any nuclear threat.  Their task is to prepare the power unit for the first criticality, which is scheduled for the end of the year.

The operation is aimed to conduct high-voltage and hydraulic tests of the equipment prior to the final assembly.

The work is under way at level  +7,800 of the first power unit turbine building of the LNPP under construction

The seminar was attended by the representatives of JSC CONCERN TITAN-2, Fennovoima, RAOS Project Oy and the Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority in Finland (STUK).

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