Amarinth, a leading company specialising in the design, application and manufacture of centrifugal pumps and associated equipment to the Oil & Gas, petrochemical, chemical, industrial and power markets, has successfully delivered an order of API 610 VS4 pumps to Metito for installation in a wastewater treatment plant at the ADCO Al Dabb’iya Facilities Development Phase III project, Abu Dhabi.
Amarinth secured its first order of pumps from Metito, a leading provider of intelligent water management solutions, earlier this year. The API 610 VS4 vertical pumps will be installed in an effluent treatment package at the ADCO Al Dabb’iya Facilities Development Phase III project, which is located 40 kilometres south-west of Abu Dhabi.
Like the many other pumps that Amarinth has supplied to ADCO process application projects, this waste water treatment package required high specification pumps. The API 610 VS4 deoiler pumps must operate reliably at low NPSH for the plant to successfully separate the oil from the waste water. The pumps were manufactured in super duplex stainless steel to withstand the corrosive fluid. Amarinth drew on its extensive knowledge of ADCO specifications and requirements to deliver a cost-effective design in under 20 weeks for this waste water application.
Oliver Brigginshaw, Managing Director of Amarinth, commented: “We have provided pumping solutions to many ADCO projects for various EPCs and package providers and we are delighted to have successfully fulfilled this first order from Metito, a leader in water management solutions, which further extends and strengthens our offering across both process applications and water treatment into the oil and gas industry.”
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Amarinth is a world-leading company specialising in the manufacture of centrifugal pumps and associated equipment to the offshore and onshore oil and gas exploration, production and refining industry, petrochemical, chemical and industrial markets