Three hat fields with a width of 3 x 12 m, covering height of the segment 11.0 m. dampers 3.3 m, total shutter height 14.7 m, hydraulic control. Technical parameters: tank length 7.5 km, tank width 250 - 600 m, total tank volume 18.15 mil. m³, useful volume at the maximum level of 352.00 m above sea level 3.9 mil. m³, fluctuation of the water reservoir during operation 1.7 m, dimension of the maximum water level 352 m above sea level, reservoir dam maximum height 15 m, crown width 6 m, road width 4.5 m, is sealed with foil attached to the underground sealing wall. Váh flows in Mojša: Qr average = 95.6 m³ / s, Q100 = 2,140 m³ / s (after modification by the influence of waterworks Liptovská Mara and Orava: Q100 = 1,490 m³ / s).
Deepening the Weight
Deepening of the bottom of the riverbed Weight from 0.0 to 9.0 m, width of the bottom of the riverbed 45 m, modified riverbed meets the conditions of water transport.
Total length about 9 km, average slope of the bottom 1.5–2.0 per mille, operating flow 2.0 - 8.0 cubic meters per second, trapezoidal transverse profile with a bottom width of 5.0 m.
During the construction of the waterworks, almost the entire part of the development of the Žilina district of Mojšova Lúčka, the entire local part of Hruština and three houses in the village of Mojš were flooded. Instead of flooded houses, new houses were built mainly in Mojšová Lúčka behind the road I / 18, including a school, a shopping center and an unfinished cultural house. Houses in the Rosinka part of Žilina were built from the local part of Hruština. In the village of Mojš, three houses were built for the construction of the dam. A steel bridge structure for pedestrians above the VD was built between the Mojšova Lúčka district and the Mojš municipality, instead of the old footbridge over the Váh river. A new road from Žilina was built next to the dam to the village of Mojš. From the original old buildings in the town of Mojšová Lúčka, a former independent village, only a few houses and a chapel remained near the VD. The local part of Hruština, which belonged to the cadastre of Žilina, disappeared completely. Only a small roadside chapel in Šibenice remained from it, from where the road to Hruštín by the river Váh was missing. The old road from Žilina to Martin originally led through Hruštiny and the old buildings in Mojšová Lúčka. It was flooded during the construction of the VD. Instead, a cycling route has been built, which of course does not lead in the position of the original road.
The original owner and operator of the work was Vodné dielo Žilina, as (in liquidation since October 6, 2000). The Žilina waterworks is currently owned by the state. The administrator and operator of the whole work is Vodohospodárska výstavba Bratislava, š. p.
Two chaplain turbines, impeller diameter 4850 mm, turbine density 2 × 150 m cubic per second, average turbine drop 24.1 m, total installed capacity 72 MW, annual production 173 GWh of electricity, mostly peak.