Modernization of signalling systems for backfilling of overflows in coal handling chains

PGNiG TERMIKA SA Siekierki Power Plant


Modernization of signalling systems for backfilling of overflows in coal handling chains



PGNiG TERMIKA SA Siekierki Power Plant

Leader of changes in the heating sector. The largest producer of heat and electricity in cogeneration in Poland. It constantly improves production and management processes that increase the effectiveness and value of the company. It strives for operational excellence.


Mechanics, telecommunications engineering


Commercial power industry

Project engineer

Dariusz Świercz
(+48) 734 488 890

"The investment relied on the schedule created by the Investor and timely completion of the task. Detailed cooperation with the Investor during the implementation of the task."


  • modernization of overflow signalling systems in coal handling system at Siekierki CHP Plant in accordance with the requirements of ATEX Directive 114
  • providing the necessary certificates confirming that the modernized installations meet the restrictive requirements of the explosion-proof standard


  • execution of commissioned work as part of the installation modernization in accordance with the current standards
  • delivery of 25 pieces of overflow signalling sirens for backfilling of coal handling system
  • replacement of hitherto used level signalling devices with new devices compatible with the latest legal requirements and internal documents of the ordering party, within a strict deadline
  • execution of all assembly works related to mechanical structures necessary for proper operation of equipment
  • assembly, calibration and launch of signalling equipment
  • commissioning of modernized devices and submitting as-built documentation


  • improvement in reliability of technological equipment of the coal handling area
  • increased fire safety
  • improving the comfort of carburizing operation

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