ERGIL to supply 15 high-pressure surge vessels for Jordanian water sector

ergill 4Surge vessels are important assets in the water treatment process, though incorrect maintenance and management can lead to issues in pipelines costs and the water industry millions every year. (Image source: ERGIL)ERGIL, global provider in design, engineering and manufacturing of oil, gas and water process equipment, pressure vessels and storage tanks equipment, has announced to supply surge vessels to Energy Efficiency Improvement Project in the Jordanian water sector

ERGIL is supplying 15 high-pressure bladder type surge vessels in Jordan. Surge Vessel is a powerful and user-friendly control system that protects your pipeline systems against water hammer and pressure transient.

“Surge vessels are important assets in the water treatment process, though incorrect maintenance and management can lead to issues in pipelines costs and the water industry millions every year, causing burst pipes, structural damage, negative pressures and colossal water wastage. Negative pressure directly contravenes Drinking Water Inspectorate (DWI) legislation due to the risk of contamination,” said Husain Ali, product manager at ERGIL.

An Aager Brand, ERGIL is a global specialist in designing, engineering and manufacturing surge vessels with an extensive experience. ERGIL manufactures two types of surge vessel which are categorised as Bladder type and Compressor type for the water pipeline, desalination plants, crude oil pipelines and other applications.

One of the leading contractors in Jordan, ERGIL has successfully executed in the last six decades several projects of varied and complex disciplines throughout the whole country of Jordan.

“Water needs of the people in Jordan, Water and Agriculture Commission President of the Jordanian House of Representatives, ed-Düstûr Newspaper published on November 1998, the water networks, water leaked from the main and the main pipes, the delivery of water and projectors without supervision with an annual loss of 25 per cent and a loss of approximately 950mn cu/m per year,” said the company.

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