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ITT Corp bags $11M order for circulating water pumps from CEPL's T.N. plant Print E-mail
Written by Vijay   
Wednesday, 27 April 2011
Ahmedabad: ITT Corporation has received its first major order to supply Flygt circulating water pumps for the growing power market in India from Coastal Energen Private Limited (CEPL). ITT Corporation India Private Limited has its technology center and manufacturing facility in Vadodara, Gujarat.

The $11.65 million ( 518.19 million Indian rupees ) order comprises a complete electrical and mechanical package for the circulating water system and seawater intake systems at the Coastal Energen thermal power plant near Tuticorin in Tamilnadu, India and includes pumps, controls, engineering, computational fluid dynamics, sump model studies, start-up and commissioning.

Once installed, the Flygt large circulating water pumps will be among the largest sea water handling vertical column discharge pumps in India.

The order is also one of the first major successes in the power sector for ITT in India this year and is also among the largest single orders to date in this important and growing economy.

"This order is confirmation of our progress in India to build capability in the region and to serve the growing needs for all types of water and wastewater transport," said Sam Yamdagni, president of ITT Corporation India Private Limited.

ITT Corporation India Private Limited designs and delivers energy-efficient solutions and related services for water and wastewater transport, biological treatment, filtration, and disinfection.

 
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