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24.08.2021
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Hamon cooling tower selected for the Tauhara geothermal power project in New Zealand

The Hamon Group has been selected by Fuji Electric Co., Ltd. to take part in the Tauhara Geothermal Power Project with an FRP induced draft cooling tower. Tauhara, located near Lake Taupo, in the center of New Zealand’s North Island, about 280 kilometers south of Auckland, will help to me...

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19.08.2021
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Pulp & Paper: Hamon selected to provide a 4 cell FRP cooling tower in Finland

Hamon has been entrusted by Aquaflow Ltd, a global market and technology leader as a supplier of wastewater treatment plants to the chemical forest industry and Veolia’s Technology Center in the Pulp & Paper Industry, for the engineering and the supply of a 4 cell FRP cooling tower for the...

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08.08.2021
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MAPA Project: Hamon cooling tower under erection in Chile

Erection of the 2x6 cell Hamon induced draft cooling tower is progressing at a good pace at MAPA project, Chile.  By providing an FRP IDCT, Hamon will be contributing to the Modernization and Extension of Arauco Mill project. MAPA project, located just off the shores of the Pacific Ocea...

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02.08.2021
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Refurbishment of an 8-cell cooling tower completed at the largest chemical park in Bavaria, Germany

In 2019, the Hamon Group was selected by InfraServ GmbH & Co. Gendorf KG for the refurbishment of an 8-cell induced draft cooling tower at the Gendorf chemical park. Our scope of supply included the engineering, material delivery and dismantling / erection works including noise attenuators at ai...

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19.05.2021
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Hamon - Esindus selected to provide 2 cooling towers to Dos Bocas, the largest refinery in Mexico

Hamon - Esindus, already established as one of the main cooling companies in Mexico, has been selected to provide two cooling towers and contribute decisively to the development of the Dos Bocas Refinery developed on a 566 ha-site near the maritime terminal, in the Paraíso municipality of Tab...

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18.05.2021
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Power: a new 7 cell cooling tower awarded to Hamon – Esindus

Hamon – Esindus has been selected by the Spanish EPC company TSK to provide a 7 cell seawater, low-noise and fire resistant induced draft cooling tower for the Atinkou Flexible Gas Power Plant.  The plant, located in Jacqueville, about 40 km from Abidjan, the economic ca...

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26.04.2021
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BRAZIL SITE NEWS: ANDRADE GUTIERREZ GNA I - Hamon-Esindus large sea water cooling tower is now ready for start-up

Hamon-Esindus 18 cell back-to-back sea water cooling tower supplied to GNA I Project is now ready for start-up. The cooling tower will guarantee the cooling of Porto do Açu 1,3 GW capacity Combined Cycle Power Plant. Our scope includes the engineering, suppl...

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06.04.2021
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Hamon 5 cell FRP cooling tower installation completed at the world's largest lyocell fiber plant in Thailand

HAMON-B.GRIMM has just completed the cooling tower installation on T3 project for Lenzing Group in Prachinburi, Thailand.  In order to address the customer's challenges, the cooling tower was designed with special features including:  Fire walls & a firefighting system ...

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30.03.2021
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Hamon supporting the customer from the conceptual phase to the dismantling: the example of Andorra Teruel Natural Draft Cooling Tower

Following Endesa's decision to close Andorra Teruel Thermal Power Plant in Spain due to the latest restrictions and European objectives to reduce emissions, Hamon, through its Spanish brand Esindus, was awarded a contract for the dismantling of all internals of the NDCT, including asbestos. A...

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24.03.2021
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NATIONAL SAFETY DAY - HAMON INDIA CELEBRATION & CERTIFICATES OF APPRECIATION

Our construction teams were recognized by the site owners of two of our largest active sites in India with certificates of appreciation for the care and attention paid to the Health and Safety of Hamon employees.  National Safety Day is observed on March 4 every year at work-sites all over t...

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10.03.2021
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​NLMK SAFETY AWARD ATTRIBUTED TO HAMON BY FLUOR

  We are proud to announce that Hamon has received the NLMK safety award for the crew of the month. This award rewards Hamon for the very high safety level meeting Fluor standards mandated by NLMK, the team promptness to adjust to the standard and the excellent collaboration and team sp...

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10.11.2020
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Hamon 18-cell cooling tower ordered for one of the largest polymer facilities worldwide

Thanks to our technology, Hamon has been selected by Linde GmbH for the design, manufacturing and delivery of a 18 cell - cooling tower for Amur Gas Chemical Complex (Amur CGG), one of the largest polymer facilities worldwide to be constructed by Russia’s largest integrated petrochemical ...

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20.10.2020
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SK Hynix entrusting Hamon with the biggest FRP Plume abated cooling project in Korea

While executing Phase 1 of plume abated cooling tower project in Icheon, Hamon has been awarded 2nd Phase of SK Hynix critical project in Cheongju, Korea and will provide the two biggest plume abated cooling towers with a full FRP structure in Korea.  The installation of cooling towers in an...

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05.10.2020
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Geothermal Power Plant Los Azufres III Cooling Tower running at 103,8%

The HAMON Group, through its Spanish brand Esindus, was selected by TSK in 2016 to build CFE's cooling tower of Los Azufres III phase 2.    This 25 MW geothermal plant located in Michoacán México has been designed to produce a yearly average of 200 GWh. Steam is e...

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31.07.2020
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RWE Little Barford Power Station : Completion of First Major Milestone during Lockdown

Hamon were awarded a contract in May 2019 to convert RWE Little Barford Power Station, UK to a conventional plume abated Cooling Tower.  The power station cooling towers comprise two banks of 14 cells (28 cells total) fed by 14 risers (2 cells per riser). The total flow rate is 41,832m3...

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14.07.2020
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The largest cooling tower in the world designed by Hamon, the shell successfully completed

​After the success of Pingshan phase I project, the shell of the Phase II cooling tower has been completed. Pingshan II, designed by Hamon, is now the largest and tallest cooling tower in the world, rising to 210 m above ground level. The previous record was held by the two cooling towers of Kalis...

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14.07.2020
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Plume abatement (Hybrid) Cooling Tower successfully completed by HAMON-B.GRIMM in Thailand

HAMON-B.GRIMM has successfully  supplied and installed a Plume abatement (Hybrid) Cooling Tower at Suvarnabhumi airport near Bangkok – Thailand.    This Plume abatement Cooling tower consists of 6 cells and has a very special design since it is located beside the Chiller p...

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10.07.2020
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SK HYNIX CHP - PLUME ABATED COOLING TOWER awarded to Hamon Korea

Hamon Korea has just been awarded the project ‘SK HYNIX CHP - PLUME ABATED COOLING TOWER (1,000 MW)’ for the Icheon Plant (Phase 1), which is currently the biggest Hybrid cooling tower project in Korea. Hamon Korea has definitely taken the COVID19 constraints into account ...

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02.04.2019
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Nizhnekamsk CCPP 495 MW: Natural draft cooling tower awarded to Hamon

Hamon has been awarded the order for the natural draft cooling tower for the Nizhnekamsk power plant. The Nizhnekamsk project is a new combined cycle power plant of 495 MW located in Tatarstan, Russia. Awarded by Entrade GmbH, German subsidiary of ENKA, this project is developed by Ni...

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25.02.2019
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Hamon Thermal (Tianjin) Co., Ltd. (HTT) has been awarded two (2) Natural Draft Cooling Towers in Pakistan

Hamon Thermal (Tianjin) Co., Ltd. (HTT) has been awarded two (2) Natural Draft Cooling Towers for an addition to an existing coal fired plant (850MW) located in Pakistan. This will be Pakistan's first supercritical coal-fired power plant.  

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