Machines installed in the oxygen generation plant

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To tie. After a long wait, the oxygen generation plant currently under construction in the Government Medical College will soon be put into operation. Much of the plant’s equipment, including European filters, arrived here by truck late Saturday evening. Installation in the factory is also in full swing. However, as promised to the CM, the executive body was unable to get it operational within the set deadline.
The cost of building the oxygen generation facility at the Medical College is around two and a half crores. The work is being carried out by Uttar Pradesh Project Corporation Limited (UPPCL). The structure was almost complete, but work stalled due to the unavailability of machinery at the plant while the Prime Minister, who was here in the last week of May, had promised to put the plant into operation by June 7th, but the equipment was not available, since then it has not been able to keep the promise made to the CM. The equipment for the facility reached the Medical College by truck late on Saturday evening.
Filters and other equipment were moved within the structure by crane. Worked most of the night. However, the machines could not be fully set up. Headmaster Dr. Mukesh Kumar Yadav said work on setting up the machines at the plant is ongoing. Connect the power supply and oxygen line. The plant will be commissioned in just two to three days. He said there had been a delay in the plant’s commissioning due to the unavailability of filters from Europe. Some of the equipment comes from Ghaziabad and Faridabad.

To tie. After a long wait, the oxygen generation plant currently under construction in the Government Medical College will soon be put into operation. Much of the plant’s equipment, including European filters, arrived here by truck late Saturday evening. Installation in the factory is also in full swing. However, as promised to the CM, the executive body was unable to get it operational within the set deadline.

The cost of building the oxygen generation facility at the Medical College is around two and a half crores. The work is being carried out by Uttar Pradesh Project Corporation Limited (UPPCL). The structure was almost complete, but work stalled due to the unavailability of machinery at the plant while the Prime Minister, who was here in the last week of May, had promised to put the plant into operation by June 7th, but the equipment was not available, since then it has not been able to keep the promise made to the CM. The equipment for the facility reached the Medical College by truck late on Saturday evening.

Filters and other equipment were moved within the structure by crane. Worked most of the night. However, the machines could not be fully set up. Headmaster Dr. Mukesh Kumar Yadav said work on setting up the machines at the factory is under way. Connect the power supply and oxygen line. The system will be up and running in barely two to three days. He said there had been a delay in the plant’s commissioning due to the unavailability of filters from Europe. Some of the equipment comes from Ghaziabad and Faridabad.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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