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ringhals

(rĭng′hăls′) also

rinkhals

(rĭngk′-)
n. pl. ring·halses
An African snake (Hemachatus haemachatus) that has one or two whitish bands across the neck and sprays venom at the eyes of an attacker, occasionally causing blindness.
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We look forward to working cooperatively with Vattenfall AB, the Swedish utility which operates the plant, to keep Ringhals Unit 2 in optimum operating condition for years to come.
Saab Communication will supply a complete solution for Ringhals that includes all the above systems as a single contract.
A year ago, when Vattenfall one of Europe's largest generators of electricity and largest producer of heat began the procurement process it was the first time the process was covering all the nuclear facilities in Sweden; the nuclear power plants in Forsmark and Ringhals, and SKB's (Swedish Nuclear Waste Management) activities in Forsmark and Oskarshamn.
Ringhals 1, which is equipped with two turbines, is a boiling water reactor producing 800 megawatts of electricity.
Vattenfall has already implemented the Mercator(R) Solution at its Ringhals nuclear power plant near Gothenburg in Sweden, creating a scalable integration platform for system integration.
On OKG, Vattenfall Forsmark, Ringhals ), South Africa (PBMR), and China (Sanmen, Shandong and Qinshan), as well as France Telecom, B Sky B, TenneT.
Siemens KWU, also a signatory to the MOU, has recently been awarded contracts for the supply and replacement of steam generators for the Ringhals 2 plant in Sweden and the Doel 3 plant in Belgium, which are based on Westinghouse designs.
Framatome ANP will supply the nuclear power plants Ringhals 1,2,3 and 4 as well as Forsmark 1 and 3 with fuel reloads during a four-year period.
Other customers include SAS, Ringhals, SCA and Ericsson.