OKB Gidropress, part of Russia's Atomenergomash, has completed the first delivery of equipment for the nuclear power plant under construction in Ostrovets, Belarus. This includes two sets of clamping devices for the plant's two units. The devices are used in the upper section of a VVER reactor to prevent vibration of reactor internals when it is operating. The Ostrovets plant - the first nuclear power plant to be built in Belarus - consists of two VVER-1200 type reactors to give 2340 MWe net capacity online. Ostrovets 1 is scheduled to start up in late 2018-early 2019.
Source: World Nuclear News