CPR Coating on Hydrogen Coolers in Nuclear GS Since 1988
CUSTOMER: A nuclear power plant in Ontario
APPLICATION DATE: 1988
PROBLEM: Corrosion of tubesheets and end covers on hydrogen coolers of generators
APPLICATION METHOD: After surface preparation CPR Material was applied to end covers and tubesheet.
CPR FACTS: All four units at this station have had their coolers coated with CPR.
View of generator during application in 1988.
CPR Material being applied to tubesheets after blasting.
Completed application of CPR Material. End covers were also coated. (PHOTOS ALSO AVAILABLE OF ENDCOVERS).
Inspection photos taken in 2004. CPR Material is in perfect condition under the mild layer of mineral scaling from lake cooling water. Scaling is easily removed by gentle wiping action.