tech used in nuke subs will go into to MC-21 and SSJ-100
ROSATOM TO SUPPLY SUPERJET MANUFACTURER WITH TITANIUM PIPES INSTEAD OF IMPORTED ONES
Chepetsk Mechanical Plant (CHMZ JSC, an enterprise of the fuel division of Rosatom TVEL) will supply a test batch of
titanium pipes from the manufacturer of Russian passenger aircraft Superjet and MS-21. This was reported on Monday by
the press service of TVEL.
"The fuel division of Rosatom represented by CHMP JSC will supply a test batch of titanium pipes to Promtech-Dubna
JSC, a manufacturer of aircraft pipeline systems for Russian Superjet and MS-21 passenger aircraft," the report said.
Previously, JSC "Promtech-Dubna" purchased components from European suppliers. The agreement on the supply of
import-substituting products was reached during the business dialogue "From import substitution to import independence",
organized by TVEL and the divisional integrator in the direction of "Metallurgy" - the company "Rusatom MetalTech".
"TVEL Fuel Company is ready to expand its capacities for a comfortable transition of Russian industry to domestic
products. The combination of scientific and production competencies within the same industry allows us to respond as
effectively as possible to new challenges, ensure the confident operation of enterprises and consolidate stability in the
supply of the domestic market," Natalia Nikipelova, President of TVEL JSC, said.
For the manufacturer of equipment for the nuclear submarine fleet and shipbuilding - OKBM Afrikantov (an enterprise of
Rosatom) - JSC "CmZ" will supply and establish mass deliveries of five new nomenclatures of titanium pipes with ultrafine
grain. In Russia, only CMP JSC has the technology for manufacturing such high-tech types of pipes with increased
strength properties, the report says.