Northern Ireland framework

Published:  24 January, 2017

arUntitled.jpgSpecialist blower, screw blower and turbo manufacturer AERZEN MACHINES reports it has been awarded a new framework for the design, supply and installation of its innovative and efficient range of oil free units for water treatment aeration applications and says the framework will be in place for the next 5 years.

The company says two years ago, it was requested by Matt Hunt, NIW framework manager to review a failing blower installation at the Omagh works.

The existing machines originally supplied were too large for the site airflow requirements and did not have sufficient turndown to suit this capacity. Aerzen says it surveyed the site, reviewed the existing blower installation and submitted a proposal for smaller Aerzen high speed Turbo units to be installed that had sufficient capacity and turndown.

Aerzen says its AT150 Turbo blower packages installed are complete with high efficiency inverter, PLC and control system.

Over two years of successful operation later, NI water area manager, Nigel Armstrong said the machines had proven very reliable and had resulted in cost savings in reduced power consumption of approximately 50 per cent than the previous plant.

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