Chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao to inaugurate Kaleshwaram .. 

MEIL finishes take a shot at the mega Kaleshwaram lift water system venture

The undertaking will be introduced by Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Thursday

Megha Engineering and Infrastructure Limited (MEIL) has finished the development of the Kaleshwaram Lift Irrigation venture on the Godavari stream. It is set for initiation by Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Thursday.

Viewed as a building wonder, the venture has been finished in a record time and all the common and electro-mechanical works in Medigadda to Mid-Maneru Link-1 and Link-2 have been finished.

The organization has introduced 105 machines out of 120 machines and built 17 siphon houses out of 20 in the Kaleshwaram venture.

Siphon houses at Medigadda, Annaram, Sundilla (Link 1) alongside the world’s greatest siphon house at Lakshmipur (Pakage 8 in Link 2) are prepared for siphoning water.

This water system task would provide food water to 37 lakh sections of land of land and an extra 18.82 lakh sections of land of direction region will be settled with the water put away through the siphoning framework.

B Srinivas Reddy, Director, MEIL, stated, “It has been a lifetime chance to have the option to build, by a long shot, the biggest lift conspire on the planet. The undertaking requires 7152 MW of power to siphon 3 TMCs of water day by day. In the primary stage, 4992 MWs of power is being utilized for siphoning 2 TMCs of water.”

Till date, the greatest lift plots on the planet incorporate The Colorado lift conspire in the US and the Great Manmade River in Egypt.

MEIL finished numerous other water system and lift water system activities including the Pattiseema venture which made it to the Limca Book of World Records and the Handri-Neeva lift plot in 2012.

Forty three machines are being set up for Sundilla, Medigadda and Annaram siphon houses, each having 40 MWs limit and devour 1720 MWs of power.

The underground siphon house in the bundle 8 will have 7 units, out of which 5 machines are prepared to siphon 2 TMCs of water for every day. Each siphon with has limit of 139 MWs and the underground siphon house devours 973 MWs.

MEIL is likewise building up four machines in Package-11, each with a limit of 135 MWs. Four machines each with a limit of 106 MW are being introduced in Package – 10. What’s more, another 7 machines, each with a limit of 124 MW are in Package-6.

BHEL has structured and built up these siphons with hearty building and computational liquid elements innovation. “The uniqueness of this siphon house lies in its twin passages developed one next to the other by unearthing the earth with a distance across of 10.5 meters, each having a length of 4133 meters. Flood pool and extra flood pools of this siphon house are likewise the greatest on the planet. One can envision the size of the Pump House that has 330 meters profundity, 25 meters width and 65 meters of stature,” Srinivas Reddy said.

Enormous electrical and control framework has been made to give capacity to the siphoning stations over a few undertaking areas.

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