Enemalta to Have Malta Steam Turbine Repaird in Six Months

Enemalta plans to repair Malta’s steam turbine within six months.

Enemalta has inspected all parts for safety and has had its rotor blade analyzed for damage. Conclusive results show a piece of metal from the steam strainer broke the rotor. Enemalta hasn’t figured out how the steam strainer broke. It had the rotor blade repaired repaired and shipped back to arrive on Wednesday. They also sent out the steam chest inlet nozzle, steam turbine control, and stop valve for repair and expect them to arrive within the week.

Every part should be back to working ability by the end of November.

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