AUMA wins major tank farm order
Published by Callum O'Reilly,
AUMA has announced that it has won the largest order in its history.
The company will supply a total of 2756 explosion-proof electric actuators for the HES Hartel Tank Terminal in the Port of Rotterdam, the Netherlands. AUMA is the sole actuator supplier for this project.
The contract comprises 2482 SAEx multi-turn actuators, including 120 SAVEx variable speed actuators; 274 SQEx part-turn actuators (190 of which will be equipped with FQMEx fail safe units) and 2313 GST multi-turn gearboxes. Delivery for the actuators, which all feature intelligent ACExC actuator controls and Profibus DP-V1 communications, is scheduled for the end of 2020.
When operational, HES Hartel Tank Terminal will have storage capacity for 1.3 million m3 of clean petroleum products and biofuels in 54 tanks. The 27 ha. site also has moorings for six vessels up to VLCC size and nine barges.
HES International is one of Europe’s largest independent terminal operators in dry and liquid bulk products. The company has a long relationship with AUMA, which has previously supplied actuators for HES Botlek Tank Terminal in Rotterdam.
“HES International’s experience with AUMA as a reliable supplier, our expertise in valve automation, and the commitment of our professional service team were all crucial in their decision,” said Ton van Gennip, Account Manager Oil & Gas Nederland with AUMA Benelux. “From the very start of the project in 2018, we cooperated closely with the end user and all the companies involved in valve automation to develop the best automation solutions for each application in the tank terminal and its huge manifolds.”
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/tanks-terminals/26062020/auma-wins-major-tank-farm-order/
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