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IMI Critical Engineering is a world-leading provider of critical flow control solutions that enable vital energy and process industries to operate safely, cleanly, reliably and more efficiently.
We design, manufacture and install customised, highly engineered solutions for new plant builds and also provide complete plant lifecycle service support. This ensures that our customers benefit from efficient maintenance, speedy issue resolution and plant optimisation at all times.
We deliver great solutions to our customers through a unique combination of engineering know-how and fluid controls technology. At the heart of our 'Engineering great solutions' ethos is customer value.
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IMI CCI Sweden has secured a range of new contracts, beating off competition from rival firms.
A £1.6m order was awarded to IMI CCI by the National Contracting Company (NCC) of Saudi Arabia for use on the Al Qassim project, after Tord Forslund, Lars Gunnar Svensson, Peter Kull and Adnan Kapetanovic successfully saw off an American competitor with help from the local IMI CCI team – Amer Refai and George Kurovilla. The NCC order is for 24 turbine bypass valves of type VLB.
An order totalling £500,000 was placed with IMI CCI Sweden to supply 42 desuperheaters of type DAM to Cheongfuli in China. The end customer is Saudi Aramco, and the desuperheaters are destined for use in the Jazan IGCC Power Plant, the world's largest integrated gasification combined-cycle.
In the US, IMI CCI Sweden secured a contract from NEM USA for six off boiler feed water control valves and a number of water valves. With a total order value of £780,000, the valves are destined for use in a gas gas-fired combined-cycle plant of 1000 MW in Pennsylvania.
Meanwhile, in China, a customer who had bought competitor valves only to find they were considered a security risk, turned to IMI CCI Sweden for help to secure replacement valves rapidly. IMI CCI Sweden was able to offer them valves the customer had ordered for another project, Shiliquan, and to manufacture a new set of valves for Shiliquan.
The additional order by China Huadian Logistics Co Ltd is for 2 off HBSE-VLB and 4 off NBSE-VLB, with a total order value of £625,000.
Danish-firm, Burmeister & Wain (BWSC), has placed orders for turbine bypass systems destined for three biomass fueled power plants in the UK at Widnes, Snetterton and Tilbury. The company usually commissions other suppliers for small steam valves, so the team was delighted when the order was extended to include orders for applications with pegging steam and vacuum ejector control. The total order value was £257,000. The Tilbury order is the eighth power plant in a row for which BWSC in Denmark has ordered bypass systems from IMI CCI Sweden.
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