Curtiss-Wright Gets Big Nuclear Order

May 2008
Supply House Times;May2008, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p18
Trade Publication
The article reports that Curtiss-Wright Corp. has received big nuclear order from Westinghouse Electric Corp. The order includes providing four generation II reactor pump seals and coolant pumps supporting the completion of Unit 2 of the Tennessee Valley Authority, Watts Bar nuclear power plant, as well as long lead materials for drive rods for Units 1 and 2. The Unit 1 has been operating for more than 10 years. The plan for the completion of the Watts Bar Unit 2 is expected to last 54 months.


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