Specialist Industry - Healthcare
Healthcare providers face an ever increasing need to reduce costs and one area of concern for both new build and established hospitals is the energy costs associated with the heating systems. A condensate recovery unit (CRU) is a proven way to reduce energy costs as it collects hot condensate from the steam system and returns it back to the boiler plant to be used as boiler feed.
In existing hospitals, many of these systems were commissioned over 20 years ago and in so are reaching the end of the reliable working lives, however in most cases the CRUs and associated pipework and systems are sound.
Amarinth’s range of long and close coupled horizontal and vertical pumps are compliant with ISO 5199 and ISO 9906 and carry full ATEX compliance. Amarinth’s range of pumps and CRUs incorporate the latest technologies for optimum reliability and efficiency. We can also provide a plug-and-play pumps for existing systems, such as those from Spirax Sarco, enabling our pumps to be installed without any modification to CRUs, pipework or baseplates. The cost savings of this are significant, up to 80% compared to installing a new system whilst extending the life of the system for a further 20+ years.
We strive to fully understand our customers’ requirements and ensure we deliver to your specifications and expectations within our quoted leadtime. We currently deliver in excess of 95% of orders on-time, measured to the day
Our pumps and CRUs are designed for a reliable and long service life, meeting or exceeding current quality and safety standards. We can supply pumps that are fully interchangeable with former Girdlestone URF, USM, SSM and SSD series pumps, eliminating the need for expensive modifications of process plant and associated downtime. Our range of CRUs incorporate high efficiency pumps with multi-stage motors and intelligent control systems. We work exclusively with UK foundries for all castings to ensure consistently high quality and manufacture all critical components within the UK.
What Our Clients Say
We are delighted that Amarinth were able to come up with such an innovative and cost effective solution to a seemingly impossible task. Replacing the old motors is now a straight forward maintenance procedure and costly pipework changes have been avoided.
Mr Alan Barrell
Mechanical Supervisor - Estates Department
Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust
Amarinth has done a superb job inbringing this new range of condensate recovery units to market in just 18 months. With their unique and revolutionary variable speed solution, Amarinth has given us a leading edge technology that will enable Spirax Sarco to deliver huge cost savings to our customers. This will ensure that we maintain our position at the forefront of steam systems. It has been a pleasure partnering with Amarinth, both technically and commercially, and we look forward to developing future projects with them.
We work closely with our customers to deliver exactly what is needed, on-time and on-budget, which we achieve through:
- Clear regular lines of communication, including video conferencing
- Regular project updates, progress reports and production programs
- Transparent live manufacturing status (24/7 via our web page)
- High quality product documentation to accompany products
- Full NDT and NDE capabilities
- Comprehensive testing facilities
- Customer witnessing, including remote monitoring via our web page
- Comprehensive customer support pre, during and post order
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Technical information: Specifying, measuring and reducing noise levels of pumps to meet health and safety regulations
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