Luton headquartered pump and motor manufacturer Hayward Tyler Group has received further orders from the Shanghai Boiler Works (SBWL). The value of the orders has not been disclosed.
This purchase of 16 Glandless Wet Stator Boiler Circulation Pumps (BCP) raises the number of pumps ordered from Hayward Tyler by SBWL to 28 in the last six months. According to the company, this order strengthens the group’s position as the leading supplier of BCPs in China and worldwide.
These pumps are intended for both domestic and overseas projects and include two 1000MW Supercritical Boilers under manufacture for Cao Jing Power Station and two 660MW Supercritical Boilers being manufactured for Wang Ting & Yulong Power Stations.
John Ling, general manager of Hayward Tyler’s China office, said: ‘We are pleased to further cement our strong relationship between SBWL and Hayward Tyler with this large order. This comes at an important time for SBWL as it grows its market share not only in China but in the broader South East Asia region. We look forward to playing an integral part in this push as demand for cleaner energy grows in China and the surrounding region.’
As part of SBWL’s expansion, three of the sub-critical boilers will be exported to India and Indonesia, two for the thermal power plant in Hisar, India, and the other for the Suralaya power station in Indonesia.