Specialist Industry - Power Generation
The ever-diversifying Power generation industry demands equipment for nuclear, hydro, solar, wind, coal and gas fired power stations through to biomass and waste. Power plants require robust and reliable pumps that are compliant with various standards and certifications, including ISO 5199, ASME BPVC Section VIII, and specifically for nuclear power ASME BPVC Section III ND-3000.
Pumps in older power stations may be coming to the end of their natural life and an assessment of whether repair or replacement of this equipment will be needed to ensure cost-effective and safe continued power generation into the next decades. In addition, equipment in decommissioned nuclear power plants must be maintained and replaced for the foreseeable future.
Amarinth can evaluate any power generation industry requirement and make recommendations through our efficient and timely site service assessment and major project design and supply service to ensure that the right pump is supplied to meet the unique requirements of each plant.
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, meeting or exceeding current quality and safety standards. Pumps can be supplied with low maintenance and automated self-priming units and we have a range Condensate Recovery Units incorporating high efficiency pumps with multi-stage motors and intelligent control systems. 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 are registered with the Roll-Royce Proactive Obsolescence Management System (POMS) which enables power generation companies to quickly identify replacement solutions for obsolete equipment.
What Our Clients Say
We are delighted with the quality and performance of the solution provided by Amarinth. The partnership between Hayward Tyler and Amarinth helped to convince ScottishPower to order the pump from ourselves and the combination of quality and service convinced them that they had made a sound choice.
Amarinth decontaminated the pumps and refurbished them with bearing isolators and new mechanical seals in order to make them ATEX compliant.
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
- Product traceability up to 3.1 certification
- 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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Press releases: Amarinth supplies fully interchangeable replacement pumps to Sellafield nuclear fuel reprocessing facilitys
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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 describes the differences between pump documentation inspection certificate types