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ANDRITZ to supply irrigation pumps for Egypt

2018/02/08

International technology Group ANDRITZ has received an order from CONCORD for Engineering and Contracting, Cairo, Egypt, to supply 17 vertical line shaft pumps, including a set of spare parts, for a pumping station providing the water supply to the Nubaria irrigation canal, located south of the city of Alexandria.

Start-up is scheduled for 2018.

The pumps supplied will be individually adapted to the customer’s specifications and achieve an aggregate flow rate of 11.7 m3 per second. Each pump achieves a head of 28 meters at a shaft power of 222 kW.

Decisive in award of the contract to ANDRITZ were the special technical features and the low life-cycle costs of the ANDRITZ pumps as well as the many years of experience that ANDRITZ has in this sector, with numerous references in the Middle East and Africa. ANDRITZ first supplied irrigation pumps and equipment to these regions back in the 1960s.

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ANDRITZ GROUP
ANDRITZ is a globally leading supplier of plants, equipment, and services for hydropower stations, the pulp and paper industry, the metalworking and steel industries, and for solid/liquid separation in the municipal and industrial sectors as well as for animal feed and biomass pelleting. Other important business segments include automation and service business. In addition, the international Group is also active in the power generating sector (steam boiler plants, biomass boilers, recovery boilers, and gasification plants) and in environmental technology (flue gas cleaning plants) and offers equipment for the production of nonwovens, dissolving pulp, and panelboard as well as recycling plants. The publicly listed technology Group is headquartered in Graz, Austria, and has a staff of approximately 25,700 employees. ANDRITZ operates more than 250 sites in over 40 countries.

ANDRITZ to supply 17 vertical line shaft pumps to Egypt for irrigation.

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