Specialist Industry - Marine
Marine pumps are used for a broad variety of duties on board both naval and commercial vessels. The marine environment can be harsh and challenging and pumps must be resistant to corrosion and fully shock, noise, and vibration tested, and when used at sea designed to handle wave motion moments.
Vessel operators need confidence in their pump suppliers to deliver products that work reliably in any conditions around the world. Pumps are frequently required to meet a deadline during a vessel refits and so a track record of on-time and on-budget delivery is crucial.
Amarinth’s range of long and close coupled horizontal and vertical pumps are compliant with marine standards including ISO 5199, ISO 9906 as well as DEFSTAN’s, DNV and Shell DEP and bespoke pumps for specific duties are available on short lead times.
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 horizontal and vertical pumps are designed for a reliable and long service life aboard both naval and commercial vessels, including Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessels used for oil exploration and production. All pumps meet or exceed current quality, safety and NATO defence standards. Working exclusively with UK foundries for all our castings, pumps can be manufactured in various exotic alloys, including titanium. We also specialise in obsolete pump replacement and support, retrofit parts and the supply of interchangeable sub-assemblies and work with the NATO part number identification which enables defence organisations to quickly identify replacement solutions for obsolete equipment.
What Our Clients Say
We are delighted that Amarinth could provide such an elegant solution when we were unable to procure replacement pumps from the original manufacturer. Amarinth’s dimensionally and hydraulically interchangeable N Series pumps saved us not only the expense of redesigning pipework and base plates, but more importantly saved us a lot of time, allowing HMS Albion to get back into service without any delay.
We were pleased that Amarinth could provide us with pumps for this project once again. The self-priming vacuum technology was particularly important for the reliable and remote operation of the sea water pumps and has proven reliable, economical and maintain.
Abdulla El Sherif
Lead Rotating Engineer
Amarinth's innovative design solution delivered a unique mounting system within the platform caisson which proved invaluable for this project. Their professional approach throughout, despite the time difference, meant that the project delivery was achieved. We look forward to working with Amarinth again in the future.
Lead Mechanical Engineer
Wood Group PSN
The SBM contract proved to be technically demanding and being able to rely on the attention to detail provided by Amarinth’s staff greatly helped in delivering the final product within the challenging deadlines.
We were very pleased that BP recommended Amarinth to HHI for this project as Amarinth’s knowledge of the BP specifications is second to none. This meant that the project ran very smoothly and definitely helped us in meeting the particularly tight deadlines.
Kwon Soon Yong
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, including two VLS pits
- 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
There are various health and safety regulations around the world that set the maximum continuous noise levels workers can be subject to, but all are broadly in agreement.
This form must be printed & completed before any pump is returned to our factory for repair or refurbishment. It should be faxed or e-mailed to Amarinth before the pump is sent. Pumps delivered to our factory without a decontamination certificate will be rejected and returned
Amarinth explains reverse engineering pitfalls and re-engineering benefits for Girdlestone 910 and 920 pumps
Amarinth explores the traditions of self-priming pumps and compares Amarinth products to traditional self-priming methods
Interpreting pump 'Tropicalisation' definition and the challenges faced by pump manufacturers to design equipment that can operate reliably in high temperature and humidity environments