Floating facility for LRW treatment Landysh. Project 00500


KE [2] A2 ATO "Rack" Russian Maritime Register of Shipping


The floating LRW treatment plant with a cementing unit is designed to receive and treat liquid radioactive waste (LRW) with a volumetric activity of not more than 10-5 Curie/liter, generated during the dismantling of nuclear submarines, as well as to solidify the resulting concentrates by cementing.


The vessel is rectangular in plan with a bottom undercut at the bow and stern ends, stabilizers in the stern, a three-tiered superstructure, an aft location of the auxiliary engine room and accommodation superstructure.

Eight transverse watertight bulkheads extending to the upper deck divide the ship into nine watertight compartments.

In the ship's hull, in two adjacent compartments, located forward of the midship, there are detachable tanks for received LRW. In two adjacent compartments, located aft of the midships, treated water tanks are located, as well as control, overflow tanks and a pump room.

In the forward part of the superstructure there is an LRW treatment unit, a grouting unit with a cement warehouse and a storage of filled drums, as well as a complex of premises that ensure the operation of the unit and the grouting unit.

The maintenance crew of 26 people works in 4 shifts. The maximum number of people in a shift is 9.


  • Anchor-mooring capstan, pcs. x kN 3*80
  • Drop-type inflatable life raft, pers. 4*8
  • Electrohydraulic crane with maximum capacity, t 7.4


Komsomolsk on the Amur, built in 2000

Main Features

  • Overall length, m 65.0
  • Overall width, m 23.4
  • Estimated width, m 23.2
  • Board height, m 6.6
  • Draft, m 3.4
  • Tank capacity, m3: - polluted waters 800
  • Tank capacity, m3: - purified water 800
  • Average installation performance
  • LRW treatment, m3/day 35

Power plant

  • Diesel generators, pcs. x kW 3*360
  • Emergency diesel generator, pcs. x kW 1*65
  • Steam boiler, t/h 2*1.5

Chief Designer

Shmakov V.M. Belyanichev V.B.