Transformers sought for Austria’s 112.8-MW Kaprun-Oberstufe

Verbund Austrian Hydro Power invites applications for pre-qualification to supply replacement transformers for the 112.8-MW Kaprun-Oberstufe project in Austria. Responses are due April 5.

The utility seeks design, manufacture, assembly, and start-up of two 110-kilovolt transformers, two 22-megavolt-ampere three-phase alternating current transformers, 115/10-kV, and related equipment for Kaprun-Oberstufe. The project, built from 1947-1955, is the upper stage of the Kaprun complex, which also includes the 240-MW Kaprun-Hauptstufe (main stage), and the 500-kW Klammsee project.

Documents may be obtained from Verbund Management Service GmbH, Albert Seiwald, Badstubenweg 40, A-9500 Villach, Austria; (43) 50313-33787; Fax: (43) 50313-133787; E-mail: albert.seiwald@verbund.at. Applications for participation, in German, are to be sent to Seiwald at the same address by 1 p.m. April 5. Invitations to bid are to be sent to selected bidders beginning in April.

For information, contact Verbund Austrian Hydro Power AG, Erich Binder, Badstubenweg 40, A-9500 Villach, Austria; (43) 50313-33762; Fax: (43) 50313-133762; E-mail: erich.binder@verbund.at; Internet: www.verbund.at.

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