/ Pipe solutions meeting cutting-edge power plants requirements

21 January 2021

Bonna Indonesia can design and supply pipes and special fittings for all types of water piping networks in Asia-Pacific Region.

Consolis has been setting standards of the pressure pipes industry for more than hundred years. The history goes back to the 19th century, with the invention of the Reinforced Concrete Pipe by the French engineer Aimé Bonna.

In Indonesia, our subsidiary Bonna Indonesia can design and supply pipes and special fittings for all types of water piping networks in Asia-Pacific Region.

Drawing on the know-how of our teams, from structural designers to operators, we design, manufacture and deliver small to very large pipes, from ND600 to ND4000, with an annual production capacity of 20km of pipes per year.

Over the years, Bonna Indonesia has become a leading pressure pipes solution provider in South-East Asia by supporting large-scale projects in the region such as:

Nghi Son 2
Supercritical Power Plant

Vietnam

San Buenaventura
Supercritical Power Plant

The Philippines

Black Point
Combined Cycle Power Plant

Hong Kong

Taishan
Nuclear Power Plant (EPR Reactors)

China

Focus on Matarbari Ultra-Supercritical Power Plant piping system

In April 2020, Bonna Indonesia has been selected by Posco E&C to design and supply several piping systems for Matarbari Ultra-Supercritical Power Plant, a major power plant of 1,200MW in south-eastern Bangladesh (600MW x 2 units).

Our technical solutions have been chosen to be installed for the cooling water system (offshore intake line, onshore intake and discharge lines), the Flue Gas Desulfurization system and the intake line of a new desalination plant.

A major international project

  • Project location in Bangladesh
  • Main contractor from Japan
  • Subcontractor (CE) from Korea
  • Manufacturing in Indonesia
  • Concept & Design in France

RELIABLE MADE-TO-ORDER SOLUTIONS

Reliable and easy to install, Bonna Indonesia Reinforced Concrete steel Cylinder Pipes (RCCP) have been specially designed for this demanding project by a team of Indonesian and French engineers. In total, the delivery includes around 7 km of pipes and special fittings, which represents around 2,300 spools.

FAST DELIVERY OF BIG VOLUMES

For this project, our average monthly shipping pace to Bangladesh is of 4,800 m3, keeping production capacity for other projects in parallel.
This ambitious delivery planning has been made possible thanks to factory’s improvements, including new moulds with an hydraulic opening.

// PROJECT DURATION: 18 MONTHS /// TOTAL VOLUME: 80,000M³ /// 1 SHIPMENT / MONTH FROM INDONESIA TO BANGLADESH (by breakbull vessel) /// LARGEST SHIPMENT: 4,000 TONS OF PIPES /// TOTAL QUANTITY: 2,300 SPOOLS /// FROM ND600 TO ND4000 PIPES //

Photo credits: Bonna Indonesia / EGCO / EDF Energy