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Hayward Tyler awarded £2.3m Forsmark contract

Hayward Tyler has announced a new £2.3m contract to supply major assemblies for two existing Hayward Tyler reactor internal pumps at Sweden’s Forsmark nuclear power plant.

The order is due to be fulfilled over the next 24 months.

Originally constructed in the 1970’s, the latest order forms part of the on-going investment programme at Forsmark to extend the lifespan, as well as increase the capacity, of the facility.

The assemblies being manufactured by Hayward Tyler will be housed within the reactor and incorporate additional stretch tubes and impeller assemblies designed to work in high pressure and extreme temperature environments.

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