Visit of Kamyshlov Plant Uralizolyator management
On May 23, 2019, Izolyator was visited by representatives of the management of the Kamyshlov Plant ‘Uralizolyator’.
Kamyshlov Plant ‘Uralizolyator’ is one of the largest Russian manufacturers of electric porcelain supplying completing parts to the leading HV equipment OEMs whose products ensure transmission and distribution of the electric power in the power grids of Russia and the CIS countries. The key product of Kamyshlov Plant ‘Uralizolyator’ is electric porcelain: cemented and non-cemented, high and low voltage, as well as heat resistant insulators for various applications. Cordierite insulation of Uralizolyator production is supplied for the needs of the nuclear power industry. Kamyshlov Plant ‘Uralizolyator’ supplies Izolyator Companyt with porcelain housing as external insulation for 126 and 252 kV bushings.
Kamyshlov Plant ‘Uralizolyator’ was represented by managing director Alexander Frantsuzov and deputy managing director Yevgeny Safonov.
The other party was represented by Deputy Commercial Director Dmitry Abbakumov and Head of Purchasing Vladimir Romanov.
Participants of the business visit of Kamyshlov plant ‘Uralizolyator’ management to Izolyator, L-R: Vladimir Romanov, managing director of Kamyshlov plant ‘Uralizolyator’ Alexander Frantsuzov, deputy managing director Evgeny Safonov and Dmitry Abbakumov
Companies discussed production and commercial aspects of joint activities, agreed technical requirements for porcelain housing ‘Uralizolyator’ and order volume.
The guests got acquainted with the technological process of high-voltage bushings manufacturing, in which components of produced by Kamyshlovsky plant ‘Uralizolyator’ are being successfully used.
Kamyshlov plant ‘Uralizolyator’ management in the workshop for the manufacture of Izolyator insulation
Kamyshlov plant ‘Uralizolyator’ management are at the machine for winding the paper insulation on 252–1,200 kV voltage bushings
Following the visit, the parties clarified a joint work plan for the nearest future and outlined measures for the further development of mutually beneficial cooperation.