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Lock Bollene
Part of the canal: 
Canal de Donzère Mondragon
Also known as: 
l'écluse de Saint-Pierre
Sluis Saint Pierre
Barrage André-Blondel
Rise: 
23.00 meter
Maximal rise: 
26.00 meter
Kmr: 
Km. 187.50
Afstand vorige sluis: 
24.00 km
Afstand volgende sluis: 
25.00 km
VHF: 
20
Construction start: 
1947
Construction completed: 
1953
Sluis gegevens: 
Kolk lengte: 
195.00 meter
Kolk breedte: 
12.00 meter
Maximaal vermogen: 
354.00 mW
Maximaal debiet: 
1970 m3/s
Aantal turbine's: 
6
Maximaal debiet per turbine: 
328 m3/s
Youtube video: 

Ecluse de Bollene 1990

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Wednesday, October 5, 2016 - 19:37

The Donzère-Mondragon Dam (or André-Blondel dam), located in the French commune of Bollène-Écluse) is a hydroelectric dam and lock built in 1952 at the southern end of the Donzère-Mondragon canal, in the Vaucluse department in France. It was registered in the list of historic monuments in France in 1992. This hydroelectric dam is located in the French commune of Bollène in the Vaucluse department of southeastern France. Designed by architect Théodore Sardnal,[2] it was built in 1947 and inaugurated October 25, 1952 by French President Vincent Auriol. Construction lasted five years.
Ecluse de Bollene. Saint Pierre.
Ecluse de Bollene. Saint Pierre.
Ecluse de Bollene. Saint Pierre.
Ecluse de Bollene. Saint Pierre.
Ecluse de Bollene. Saint Pierre.
Ecluse de Bollene. Saint Pierre.
Ecluse de Bollene. Saint Pierre.
Ecluse de Bollene. Saint Pierre.
Ecluse de Bollene. Saint Pierre.
Ecluse de Bollene. Saint Pierre.
Ecluse de Bollene. Saint Pierre.
Ecluse de Bollene. Saint Pierre.
Ecluse de Bollene. Saint Pierre.
Ecluse de Bollene. Saint Pierre.
Ecluse de Bollene. Saint Pierre.
Ecluse de Bollene. Saint Pierre.