|Total 54 records|
|Amarinth looks at winterising pumps to work reliably in sub-zero temperatures|
Amarinth looks at lessons learned from ensuring its own API 610 pumps operate reliably in sub-zero temperatures and develops its own list of considerations in the absence of any industry standard definition for winterisation.
|Amarinth delivers API 610 OH2 pumps on a tight deadline to ProSep in Malaysia|
Amarinth delivers four API 610 OH2 pumps with Plan 53B seal support systems to ProSep in Malaysia on a tight 26 week deadline which have been deployed in the Petronas operated Kebangan field.
|Amarinth's focus on Iraq leads to its first order in the region from Global Process Systems (GPS)|
Amarinth's focus on Iraq leads to its first order in the region assisted by the appointment of Horizon Development International (Basra) as its agent.
|Amarinth delivers state-of-the-art bearing flush monitoring system for ZADCO VS4 pumps|
Amarinth has delivered a state-of-the-art bearing flush monitoring system to ZADCO for API 610 VS4 pumps to prevent bearing failure caused by dry running and to reduce Health and Safety risks.
|Amarinth secures £550k order for North Sea Quad 204 FPSO|
Amarinth will supply the five API 610 OH2 A-Series super duplex pumps with Plan 53B buffer fluid seal support systems mounted on bespoke baseplates to the new Quad 204 floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel.
|Can a more cost effective API 610 VS4 pump deliver the duty instead of a VS1 pump|
Amarinth explains why companies who have always specified a VS1 pump should think about whether a more cost effective VS4 pump could meet the duty required.
|Amarinth secures a further $5.5m of pump orders in the Abu Dhabi region|
Amarinth has secured orders totalling $5.5m from the National Petroleum Construction Company (NPCC) in Abu Dhabi.
|Amarinth delivers innovative vertical pumping solution for Kumul Platform|
Amarinth has delivered an innovative open drain pumping solution to be installed in the caisson of the Kumul Oil Platform located 40km off the southern coast of Papua New Guinea.
|Using rotodynamic pumps for low shear, produced water applications|
Oliver Brigginshaw, Managing Director of Amarinth, explains how Amarinth is using state-of-the-art computer modelling techniques to design rotodynamic pumps for low shear applications.
|Amarinth delivers high alloy pumps to ZADCO on short lead time for Zirku Island|
Amarinth delivers £750k of high alloy pumps to ZADCO on short lead time for Zirku Island
|Amarinth provides winterised pumps to the oil fields of remote Russia|
Amarinth provides winterised pumps to the oil fields of remote Russia
|Amarinth appoints Alex Brigginshaw as Business Development Director|
Amarinth appoints Alex Brigginshaw as Business Development Director
|Amarinth completes state-of-the-art API 610 pump testing facility|
Amarinth complete it's new test facilities providing additional capacity to handle its ever increasing orderbook
|Amarinth appoints Harry Coldrey as UK OEM Sales Manager|
Amarinth strengthen UK sales operation with appointment of Harry Coldrey, UK OEM Sales Manager bringing with him a wealth of expertise in instrumentation in the Oil & Gas industries.
|Amarinth gains Petronas approved vendor status|
Amarinth gains Petronas approved vendor status and signs Geveke Oil & Gas Malaysia as regional agent
|Amarinth wins first order in Saudi Arabia|
Amarinth secured an order from Saudi International Petrochemical Company (Sipchem) for an API 610 petrochemical pump that will be used for Ethylene Di Acetate transfer
|Amarinth welcomes leading Austrian engineer to its Carbon Trust project|
Amarinth welcomes Austrian Helmut Benigni, a leading engineer in the field of optimising pump performance, to work alongside the company on its high profile Carbon Trust project to develop a high efficiency centrifugal pump.
|Amarinth signs new agent in Saudi Arabia|
Amarinth further extended its presence in the Middle East by recruiting Gas Arabian Services as its new territory sales and marketing agent for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
|Amarinth secures $300K order for pumps in the challenging Sahil and Shah oil fields in Abu Dhabi|
Amarinth secures an initial order for $300K of process pumps from leading Spanish engineering and construction company Tecnicas Reunidas for use the Sahil and Shah fields as part of the Full Field Development project in Abu Dhabi.
|Amarinth increases global coverage and signs new agent in India to target demanding applications|
Amarinth continues its global expansion by signing Padmasri Engineers as its agent in India and securing a $300K contract from Larsen & Toubro.
|Amarinth wins orders for 4M USD from Petrofac in the Middle East|
Amarinth secures orders from Petrofac totalling 4M USD for delivery by June 2010. The majority of the pumps are destined for the ASAB Full Field Development project in Abu Dhabi, the biggest on-shore project ever awarded.
|Amarinth moves one step closer to developing high efficiency centrifugal pump with Carbon Trust award|
Amarinth has successfully completed Phase 1 in developing a new process for manufacturing impellers optimised for best efficiency point to better match pumps to the customerís duty point. The work is being supported through a grant from the Carbon Trust of £160,000.
|Amarinth bucks the recession and opens new assembly & test facilities|
Amarinth has just completed a new building that will house its state-of-the-art assembly facilities and provide an additional capacity of 150% over and above its existing facilities.
|Amarinth unveils industry leading document management system that could save contractors millions of pounds|
Amarinth unveiled its new document management system which promises to deliver significant benefits to contractors and operators, particularly those subject to penalty payments and retentions related to documentation.
|Meeting the demands of FPSO vessels for low volume, high specification pumps on very tight deadlines|
Modern FPSO markets demand low volume, highly specified pumps on short leadtimes which poses real problems to traditional equipment manufacturers used to selling much higher volumes.
|Conflicting requirements of API 610 mean the best pump for a job may not always be selected|
Enquiries for pumps from the oil and gas industries normally refer to API 610, now ISO 13709, as the minimum technical standard. Amarinth looks at this combination of sometimes conflicting requirements of specifications and standards and explores why this can potentially lead to the best pump for the job not being selected.
|Amarinth improves collaborative working with detailed 3-Dimensional CAD models of pumps|
Amarinth launch an innovative new on-line service that gives access to detailed 3-Dimensional CAD models of its API 610 horizontal & vertical pumps
|Amarinth awarded Carbon Trust grant to develop high efficiency centrifugal pump|
Amarinth are awarded a grant from the Carbon Trust of £160,000 to develop a new process for manufacturing impellers optimised for best efficiency point to better match the pumps to the customerís duty point.
|Amarinth provides API 610 OH2 and VS4 pumps for Petronas Carigali plant in Turkmenistan|
API 610 10th Edition Pumps installed on the Acid Gas Recovery Unit for the Turkmenistan Block 1 Development Project for Petronas Carigali despite diffcult trading conditions in the current economic climate.
|Amarinth secures 2M Euro order for 40 industrial process pumps from Aker Kvaerner for mega PTA Plant|
Amarinth has secured an order in excess of 2M euros from Aker Kvaerner for 40 centrifugal industrial process pumps to be supplied with sliding baseplates and API 682 plan 54 seal support systems to be used in the new mega PTA plant in Portugal.
|Amarinth secures $1M API 610 vertical sump pump order at ADIPEC in Abu Dhabi|
Amarinth secured a $1M order from Galfar Engineering and Construction of Abu Dhabi for ten super duplex API 610 VS4 vertical sump pumps to be installed on the 'closed drains system modificationsí at the Bab Plant owned ADCO
|Amarinth halves the lead time on bespoke API 610 pumps with the help of RADAR|
Amarinth announce that its two year long investment in RADAR, a fully integrated design, manufacturing and support system, enables it to deliver bespoke API 610 exotic alloy pumps in just 26 weeks, halving the traditional lead time.
|Amarinth appoints new agent in Oman|
Amarinth strengthen its operations in the Middle East with the appointment of Al Ansari Trading Enterprise LLC as its agent in the Sultanate of Oman
|Balancing pump efficiency with NPSH is the key to delivering a cost effective package|
Oliver Brigginshaw, Managing Director of Amarinth, explains NPSH and how pumps can be cost effectively engineered to operate in a low NPSH environment.
|Solidworks 3D CAD modelling enables pump manufacturers success|
Amarinth celebrates 5 years of rapid growth, and attributes much of it's success to the application of Solidworks 3D CAD supported by Innova Systems
|Amarinth expand to gain a firm foothold in the Norwegian North Sea sector|
Amarinth appoint a new agent in the Scandinavian market, TUROteknikk AS of Norway. This new relationship has already yielded a significant order for 3 API 610 OH2 process pumps from DONG Energy, the Nordicís leading energy group
|Amarinth continues to strengthen in the UK|
Sheldon Wilford is appointed as Northern area Sales Engineer to support Amarinth's expanding business in the UK
|Amarinth turns the most problematic pump at Polimeri Europa into its most reliable|
Amarinth's innovative engineering skills develop an advanced impeller and pump design for Polimeri Europa that allows latex coagulate to be pumped reliably thereby reducing equipment maintenance costs by a massive 83%.
|The application of modular design to bespoke products|
Amarinth invest significantly in Soildworks CAD to developing the worldís first modular vertical sump pump (API 610 VS4's) that significantly reduces lead-times of what is generally considered a totally bespoke product. Customer specific GA's & SA's can be produced within 4 - 6 hours rather than 4 weeks!
|Amarinth consolidates in Middle East with another million dollar order|
Amarinth, working with its Middle East agent Nama Development Enterprises, has once again secured a significant order for its API 610 VS4 vertical sump pumps. Following a $3.5M order earlier this year, this new order of $1M has been placed by Consolidated Contractors International Company (CCC) for 3 high alloy vertical sump pumps for use in the Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd (GASCO) on-shore oil operations at Habshan in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
|Amarinth appoints Nama as new Middle East agent and wins multi-million dollar order|
Amarinth has appointed Nama Development Enterprises as one of its growing number of agents based in Abu Dhabi, in the Middle East. This new relationship has already yielded a high profile $3.5M order for an number of high alloy API 610 VS4 vertical sump pumps. Amarinth's largest order to date.
|Creative impeller design from Amarinth keeps latex flowing|
Amarinth has designed and commissioned an innovative pumping solution for Polimeri Europa which prevents the frequent clogging inherent in the existing centrifugal pumps used to move latex agglomerate around the plant. The new pumps have increased reliability by a factor of 15 delivering a return on investment in just nine months
|Amarinth pumps up its sales force in the North of the UK|
Carolyn Hepburn joins Amarinth from Emerson Process Management and will be focused on working with customers in the north of the UK. Following her degree in Industrial Technologies and Management, Carolyn gained a great deal of experience of the oil, gas and process industries through her work at Costain.
|Amarinth delivers innovative variable speed pumps into Axsia Nutshell Filters for Sonatrac|
Algerian fuel manufacturing company, Sonatrac, has commissioned two new Axsia Nutshell Filters at its Birbirkine site in Algeria. These are the first Axsia filters to incorporate an ingenious new variable speed pump based on the proven C Series pump designed by Amarinth.
|Variable speed technology reduces operating costs for steam heating & process systems|
Oliver Brigginshaw explains why the Ci-Nergy variable speed condensate recovery unit offers significant reduced operating costs compares with more traditional start, stop units
|Amarinth designs and launches Ci-Nergy - intelligent variable speed condensate recovery units|
Amarinth designs Ci-Nergy, a compact self sensing variable speed condensate recovery unit to deliver a combination of energy savings, space and cost reduction. The fact that the Ci-Nergy CRU costs less to manufacture than traditional units means that operators will get a return on their investment in just 6 to 9 months
|Amarinth supplies Wood Group pumps for Amerada Hess to achieve OSPAR compliance|
Amarinth, wins a significant order from the Wood Group to supply 10 ATEX compliant low NPSH C Series process pumps, complete with John Crane upstream pumping mechanical seals. They are to be installed on the Amerada Hess Corporation operated Triton Floating, Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel located in the North Sea to complete a filtration package to achieve OSPAR compliance.
|Amarinth acquires Protect System, manufacturer of seal support and buffer fluid systems|
Amarinth acquires Protect System, a UK company based in Chinnor, specialising in the design and manufacture of high quality seal support systems adapted to suit their customers specific needs. The products are designed and manufactured to PED 97/23/EC and ATEX EC-Directive 94/9/EC and are supplied alongside Amarinth's range of process pumps
|Amarinth keeps the lifeblood of the brewing & distilling industry flowing|
Wadworth & Company, brewers of the famous 6X, recently needed a pump in a hurry. Amarinth used its web-based ordering system to rush through a U Series industrial pump for use in the brewery process and keep the customer informed of progress along the way
|Amarinth secures major order from Pakistan Petroleum|
Amarinth deliver 10 off API 610 OH2 & VS4 process pumps incorporating John Crane laser faced seals to the Adhi Gas Processing Plant II to handle Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) at high suction pressures
|ATEX - in the zone|
If you manage equipment that is operating in a potentially explosive atmosphere, you have probably heard of ATEX. Oliver Brigginshaw offers a basic guide to ATEX so that you can ask the right questions, and understand the answers.
|Shell Training & Enterprise Program (STEP) students assist Amarinth with growth|
Shell Training & Enterprise Program (STEP) students Greg Aldham and Richard Morgan assist Amarinth on a 3 month student placement by developing a pump testing procedure & manual and assisting with the development of Amarinth's variable speed drive for the Ci-Nergy condensate recovery unit.
|Re-engineering is an alternative to pump replacement|
Oliver Brigginshaw explains why re-engineering of pump parts provides end users with a superior alternative to some OEM parts which were originally designed years ago. Re-engineering offers design improvements whilst maintaining part interchangeability. It should not be confused with replication, which merely reproduces flaws in the original designs.
|Pump industries first full E-COMMERCE facility launched by Amarinth|
Amarinth, today announced the launch of their new e-commerce capability. This unique service within the pump industry allows customers to place orders and track every stage of the manufacture through to delivery, any time, anywhere in the word.