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HISTORY ĐĐ TEP

1921.

Electric Power Station 1500 HP

1921.

Company Đuro Đaković TEP was the constituent part of the Group Đuro Đaković, company founded in  17.02.1921.

1926.

The first steam locomotive “Sava”

1926.

That year when the first steam locomotive was produced can be considered as the year when production of steam boiler plants started.

1936.

Pneumatic forging hammer

1936.

Stationary boilers with rigid grate,  locomotive boilers,  sectional boilers with mechanical grate surface (area),  LaMont boiler with mechanical grate surface.

1952.

Contract with the Babcock & Wilcox

1952.

Contract with the well-known company Babcock & Wilcox on business and technical cooperation in the field of engineering, production, and erection of power plants was concluded.

1961.

Production Steambloc kotla

1961.

The factory changes its name into Đuro Đaković Industries,  Rolling stock, Industry and Power Plants, Slavonski Brod.

1969.

Steambloc boilers for Cuba

1969.

Đuro Đaković has become the largest manufacturer of  Steambloc boilers in the world. Share in total boiler production number of the former state was 25%.

1976.

PP Šoštanj Slovenia 330 MW

1976.

With company Babcock Power Plant NEKA Iran capacity 4×400 MW, power plant Šoštanj (Slovenia) capacity 330 MW by Sulzer license.

1982.

Boilers manufactured for east

1982.

Boilers manufactured and erected for the  Chinese Petroleum Corporation u China, Sharjah Electricity Department in the United Arab Emirates, La Kadicha Tripoli in Lebanon.

1999.

PP Plomin II, 210 MW, Sulzer license

1999.

PP Plomin II, 210 MW- finished steam generator plant according to Sulzer license.

2002.

Transport of castings and flue gas channels

2002.

After German Babcock announced bankruptcy, the Austrian A-TEC Industries AG takes over AE  Energietechnik GmbH, so that ĐĐ TEP found itself again as part of AE-a and Austrian property.

2012.

Production if membrane walls

2012.

Russian Power Machines, one of the world’s 10 largest energy corporations by the amount of built-in equipment, takes over the EM Alliance, under which ĐĐ TEP operates.

2018.

Cogeneration in Slatina (5,7 MWe, 5 MWt)

2018.

Because of embargo towards Russian companies ĐĐ TEP as the member of the Russian Power Machines faces new challenges.

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