GEA Jet Pumps: Another large-scale order in the field of sea water desalination

12.09.2000

The constantly increasing demand for drinking water creates considerable investments in the field of sea water desalination plants. The company GEA Jet Pumps of Ettlingen, one of the market leaders in the field of jet pump technology, benefits from this development. The company has received another large-scale order for five multiple-stage steam jet vacuum pumps with precondensers for a sea water desalination plant in Abu Dhabi.

The customer is an important Korean engineering company. This time, the decisive factor for obtaining the order was, apart from the proven technology, the flexibility regarding the delivery time, as the first one of these systems must be delivered CIF within a period of 4 months. As a result, another five plants can be added to the reference list, which already boasts a large number of systems.

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