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About HWP Kota

Heavy Water Plant, Kota is located at a distance of 65 KM from Kota Railway Station under Rawatbhata Tehsil of Chittorgarh District in Rajasthan. It is adjacent to Rajasthan Atomic Power Plant (RAPP) & Rana Pratap Sagar lake. The Plant is integrated with RAPP for its requirement of power and steam. It was commissioned in 1985. It is the first one based on H2S-H2O exchange process and has complete technology developed indigenously with the close interaction between Bhabha Atomic Research Centre and the Heavy Water Board.

Heavy Water Plant, Kota was conceptualized, designed and engineered based on pilot plant study at BARC. Developmental work led to a number of innovative concepts in design, engineering, construction and operation , many of which were being tried out for first time in India.

Heavy Water technology development in India, from grass root level to robust one, is a true example of self-reliance. The experience and expertise gained at Kota plant was utilized for setting up double capacity plant at Manuguru, Telangana. This technology proved to be a game changer in Indian Heavy Water Programme making our country self reliant and the largest global producer.

It is an ISO-9001 (2015) & ISO-14001 (2015) certified organization.

Operating for the last 3.5 decades the plant is marching forward on the path of excellence, setting new benchmarks in the area of productivity, environment and safety.

Safety performance record of HWP, Kota is one of the best among chemical industries and plant has received many prestigious awards from National Safety Council, Atomic Energy Regulatory Board, Institute of Engineers, etc.

Indigenously developed solar energy based steam generator has been installed and commissioned at HWP, Kota which is first of its kind application in India for process industry.

Last updated on: 29-Sep-2022