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C.R.I Valves bags Rs.1.25 Crore order from Essaar's Vadinar Refinery project Print E-mail
Written by Krishna Kumar   
Wednesday, 06 July 2011
Coimbatore: CRI Valves, a division of CRI Pumps Pvt. Ltd. has bagged an order from Essar's Vadinar refinery for 500 Gate, Globe and Check Valve worth Rs.1.25 Crore (Rs.10.25 million).

CRI Valves would be used in Essaar Oils Limited – Vadinar project at Jamnagar for construction of the process pipe lines of a 20mmtpa refinery. Essar is expected to complete the first phase of its refinery expansion project in Q2 of 2011-2012 fiscal, with capacity rising from about 14 million tons currently to 18 million tons.

"CRI has received this prestigious order based on its vast expertise and experience in pumps and valves business. CRI would be supplying high quality industrial valves in compliance with the industrial standards to Essaar Oils Limited. CRI Valves are designed based on international codes and standards and meet all the quality compliance. We are proficient to perform all sort of necessary tests with our in-house testing facilities. Our high-end and state-of-the-art-testing facilities make it possible to conduct destructive and non-destructive tests," said G.Selvaraj, JMD CRI Pumps.

"As a part of their continual improvement process, they have thoroughly inspecting their raw-materials in order to achieve high quality standards which can deliver worldwide to cater various customer demands from Refineries & Petro-Chemical Industries, Power Plants, Process & General Industries, Water treatment plants, Construction Industry, Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industries"

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