Integrated engineering services specialist, EnerMech, has signed a partnership deal with Farris Engineering to provide safety relief valves and parts to the Australian market.
Aberdeen-headquartered EnerMech provides a range of mechanical, electrical and instrumentation services to the oil, gas, mining, infrastructure, chemical, petrochemical, pulp and paper, water, utilities mining and aluminium industries and employs 870 staff in Australia where it operates eight bases across Western Australia, New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland and Northern Territories.
Farris Engineering, a business unit of Curtiss-Wright has a 70 year track record in designing and manufacturing a wide range of spring-loaded and pilot-operated relief valves.
EnerMech will act as an accredited sales agent, assembler, and stockist of new Farris safety relief valves and parts. The partnership includes sales representation of Curtiss-Wright’s Solent and Pratt speciality butterfly valve range and its Phonix, Strack and Daume severe service isolation and control valves for the power and chemical industries.
EnerMech’s Australian-based valves team offers complete sales, assembly, and maintenance, repair, overhaul and service capability for a wide variety of relief valves, with skilled technicians providing both emergency and scheduled repair services either onsite or in their purpose-built valve workshops.
Allan Hart, EnerMech’s Regional Director for Australia, said: “Forging alliances with a blue-chip product and service providers such as Farris Engineering adds to our already strong valves offering in Australia and provide our clients with greater choice, flexibility and cost savings.
“Farris Engineering has a long-established international pedigree and we are looking forward to rolling out their first-class valves portfolio in Australia and to establishing a long-lasting and mutually beneficial relationship.”
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/14032018/enermech-partners-with-valves-specialist-farris-engineering/
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