The nuclear power plant issued a public deal to clean up the so-called relaxation pools. We have a winner.

The facility operated by MVM Paksi Atomerőmű Zrt.1-4. Therefore, 3,387 € 464 were tendered for three interrelated tasks, and, according to what we’ve already got The winner: HEPENIX Műszaki Szolgáltató Kft. He is the winner of the bid.

According to the tender, the first task is to clean the bottom plate of the four relaxation basins, “where paint, scattered dirt, sludge-like sediments and even foreign bodies must be removed.”

The customer would like a clean, dirt-free metal case from HEPENIX, which is based in Dewsd but also has a branch in Pax. And the portal wrote that the task is complicated by the fact that the cleaning of the bottom of the pond must be carried out by the company in a water-filled state, outside working hours, and they also have to make a video about it.

The second task is to check the seams of the bottom plates that became visible after cleaning and compare them with the original seams. The third is to check the non-destructive material of the bottom panels of relaxation baths and the mantle seams, that is, whether there is any damage that needs to be repaired.

The According to HEPENIX Kft. It was established in 1991, and in 2013 took scientific research and development as its main activity. The company had sales of more than $2 billion last year, but its after-tax profit fell by half.

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