Brown coal mine drainage systems
About 90 percent of Polish energy comes from coal. The annual coal production is approx. 70-80 million tons of hard coal and approx. 60-65 million tons of brown coal. Polish lignite mining is in the world forefront and brown coal-fired power plants produce about 35 percent of the cheapest electricity. Cooperation with lignite mines is a very important element of Uponor Infra strategy in Poland.
- Bełchatów, Turów, Konin, Adamów, Poland
- Industrial infrastructure
- Completion: 2015
- WehoPipe pressure pipes – a total of 130km, gravity pipes (Weholite, WehoDuo, WehoTripla) – a total of 92km, Weholite gravity pipes for surface installations - 8km, PE and PP fittings – a total of 6052 pcs., chambers– a total of 171 pcs.
For many years polyethylene pipes made by Uponor Infra has been up to the toughest conditions. Sales records are the significant proof for a fruitful and long-term cooperation with the biggest investors in Poland - In the years 2000-2015, Uponor Infra delivered to lignite mines (KWB Bełchatów, KWB Turów, KWB Konin and KWB Adamów) 127 km WehoPipe pressure pipes and 90 km of gravity pipes (Weholite , WehoTripla and WehoDuo) with a set of fittings and chambers.
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KWB Bełchatów, KWB Turów, KWB Konin, KWB Adamów