Museum of the enterprise was created on 22 February 1969.
Mikhailo Ivanovych Sittseviy was at the origins of foundation of the museum. Great tribute belongs to this energetic man who devoted a lot of years to his life to the museum, collecting interesting facts, documents and materials, updating it with new exhibits and stands.
Exposition of the museum consists of operating models of steam turbines (K-220-44, K-300-240, K-1000-60/1500, K-1200-6,8/25), stand of blades of last stages of steam turbines, models of hydraulic turbines (РО 115-В-600, ПЛ 15-ГК-600, OРО 170-В-730, ПЛ-50-В-850, ПЛ40/850, РО170/662), models of runners of hydraulic units, butterfly and spherical hydraulic valves. On the walls there are information stands displaying history of development of turbine-construction, historical path of “Turboatom” from its inception to present day, as well as the full cycle of production of steam and hydraulic turbines. Exposition of museum, thanks to the visual and informative components, helps to comprehend difficult technological processes.
Museum is decorated with stands of photo project “Step beyond the usual 2019”, dedicated to the 85th anniversary of JSC “Turboatom”. This project was attended by 12 teams that combine sport, creativity, metal and people. At photos you can see ballet troupe of Kharkiv National Academic Opera and Ballet Theater named after M.V. Lysenko, athletes from BARSTYLERS WORKOUT CLUB, girls from Kiev team of Freak Circus Corporation, Knights of Historical Reconstruction Club “Prince”, artists of Kharkiv State Circus, professional artists of Fireshow PANTERA, players of factory football team, Kharkiv epee fencers from fencing school “Unifecht”, as well as pupils of club Karate Club Ayumi.
Museum carefully preserves labor traditions of our glorious enterprise and its veterans of labor, which will be proud of current generation of Kharkiv turbine constructors.
Address: Kharkiv, Energetychna str., 1, administrative building, 4th floor.
Tel.: +38 (057) 349-32-54, +38 (057) 349-26-54.
Fax: +38 (057) 738-10-86.
E-mail: [email protected]
Working hours of the museum: Monday – Friday: from 08:00 to 16:30 (lunch break: from 12:00 to 12:30). Days off: Saturday, Sunday.