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To meet the deadline, Amarinth selected one of its proven T-Series vertical pumps, an industrial pump with an API pedigree, which it could tailor to Sonatrach's requirements.
Amarinth designed an oversized mounting plate to enable the new pump to fit directly into the existing plant and also modified various fittings and fixings to suit the existing pipework.
Amarinth has been appointed by Expro to deliver $1M of API 610 OH1 pumps for the Subsea Well Response Project.
With a full order book and no signs of any slowdown, last year Amarinth started a major investment in a new test facility to enable the company to meet anticipated demand and needs of customers over the coming years.
In the new facility Amarinth has constructed two 5 metre deep sumps allowing for full length testing of vertical sump pumps up to 7 metres.
Amarinth has recently selected GAS Arabian Services as its territory sales and marketing agent for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
With its increasing order book, Amarinth has undertaken a major investment in new facilities that will enable the company to meet anticipated demand and needs of customers over the next few years.
Oliver Brigginshaw, managing director of Amarinth comments: "Our new assembly and test facilities reflect our drive to remain one of the quickest companies in the industry to deliver bespoke API 610 pumps whilst continuing with our significant growth.
THE relationship between Maersk Oil North Sea and Amarinth is a special one that has developed over seven years with Amarinth delivering ever increasing value to Maersk.
In 2003, soon after Amarinth was founded, Kerr McGee was one of the first companies to trade with Amarinth placing an order for spare parts for Girdlestone pumps.
Amarinth, a leading company specialising in the design, application and manufacture of centrifugal pumps and associated equipment to the chemical and petrochemical industries has recently completed its first order for Global Process Systems.