The RoK-invested Doosan Heavy Industries Vietnam Co., Ltd. (Doosan Vina) will provide a supercritical boiler for a coal-fueled thermoelectric power plant in India under a 50 million USD contract signed recently.

Doosan Visa General Director Ryu Hang-ha said on March 20 that the boiler, the supercritical one through type, has a capacity of 800MW and is able to provide 2,550 tonnes of steam per hour. It will be installed at the Lara thermoelectric power plant in India’s central state of Chhattisgarh.

The contract again demonstrates the strong development of Doosan Vina and competence of Vietnamese workers in producing high-quality products for export, he said.

Ryu Hang-ha said he believes that his company will make contributions to the localisation of mechanical products in Vietnam, including equipment for thermo power plants and oil refineries as well as lifting devices.

Doosan Vina has to date provided two boilers with a capacity of 600 MW each to the Raipur power plant in Chhattisgarh state.

At present, the company is producing two 800 MW boilers for India’s Kudgi thermo power plant.

Earlier, it provided two boilers for Mong Duong 2 thermal power plant in northeastern Quang Ninh province.

The company has also exported made-in-Vietnam boilers to Brazil, Arab Saudi and Egypt.-VNA