Grasys mobile oxygen station will take part in reconstruction of a Caspian seaport

1 August 2013

A mobile oxygen station of RPC Grasys will operate in the Turkmenbashi international seaport — the Turkmenistan largest port located in the Eastern part of the Caspian. Being a strategically important international point of the trade route from Europe to Asia, the port needs a full-scale reconstruction. Since late 2012, the upgrading and infrastructure development works have been conducted on its territory.

The Grasys modern mobile station selected for operation in the port will produce oxygen that is required in the performance of construction and installation works. The station allows filling in up to 100 cylinders per day. The product oxygen purity reaches 95%.

The oxygen station is specially designed for operation under hot-weather conditions of the continental climate prevailing in the region of the Turkmenbashi international seaport. It accumulated the company profound experience in the development and manufacture of equipment for various Turkmenistan regions, in particular, for projects of international engineering companies, and oil and gas companies.

«One of the international projects located in Turkmenistan was the object of independent tests held by the auditing company Moody’s, which confirmed quality and responsibility of our equipment and production system. We have a track record of equipment supplies to this country and are always glad to cooperate», says Kirill Vereschinsky, Director of the Oxygen Equipment Department in RPC Grasys.

The oxygen production station supplied by Grasys will come on stream immediately upon arrival at the port, as it is supplied completely ready for operation and requires only an even site and electric power supply. This degree of mobility together with energy efficiency and complete automation will save the Customer a considerable amount of time and money.

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