Andritz Ritz to Supply Pumps and Booster Stations for a Drinking Water Treatment Plant in Iraq

27.08.2015

International technology Group Andritz will supply 121 pumps and 18 booster stations for a new drinking water treatment plant in Samawa, Iraq, on behalf of PWT Wasser- und Abwassertechnik, Germany.

Andritz Ritz to Supply Pumps and Booster Stations for a Drinking Water Treatment Plant in Iraq

Andritz Ritz is to supply a total of 121 pumps and 18 booster stations for a new drinking water treatment station in Samawa, Iraq. (Image: Andritz AG)

The new plant will pump up 220,000 m³ of water from a branch of the river Euphrat, which will then be processed into drinking water, fed to a pipework, and distributed to end-consumers via nine pumping stations.

After having received the first such order two years ago and the supply of 35 pumps in 2014, ANDRITZ was now awarded this follow-up order, which will be completed by the end of 2015.

Source: ANDRITZ AG

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