Amarinth invests to meet increasing demand for pump spares

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A selection of Amarinth’s pump spares and re-engineered components.
A selection of Amarinth’s pump spares and re-engineered components.

Over the last 12 months, Amarinth has seen a 50% increase in orders for pump spares. This is due to growing demand for direct replacement parts for the former Girldestone range of pumps, as well as for replacement parts for use during scheduled maintenance of its own API 610 VS4, OH2 and industrial pumps.

With an increasing number of enquiries for spares, Amarinth has also enhanced its systems to guarantee the accuracy and increase the speed at which it can help users identify the correct replacement parts, particularly for pumps that may have been in operation in industrial and chemical plants for more than 20 years.

Amarinth managing director Oliver Brigginshaw said: “This large increase in spares orders over the last year has been something of a surprise but we are delighted that customers are placing more of their business with us. We have unparalleled experience of Girdlestone pumps and have supplied spares and improved key components in these pumps for many years. In enhancing our systems and expanding the team we are looking forwards to helping more organisations around the world to not only extend the life of their pumps but to provide them with a robust spares capability that will ensure they can maintain full operation of their plants at all times.”