Kaleshwaram water lift and irrigation project

Megha Engineering and Infrastructure Limited (MEIL) recently awarded a significant order to the Severn Glocon Group.

The scope of supply is for 22 water utilities valves, DN4000 PN6 double eccentric butterfly valves, of these 11 are hydraulically actuated (HOPD) and the balance are electrically actuated (EOPD). These are sizeable valves with the unit weights being – HOPD 43,000kg and EOPD 36,000kg.

Severn Utilities Valves a division of the Severn Glocon Group will be supplying these valves and the management of the execution of the project will be carried out by Severn Glocon FZE (Pasumarty Srinivas and Dasthagiri Oruganti) and Severn Utilities Valves (Peter Woodward and Ian Christopher).

MEIL is the main contractor for the Kaleshwaram water lift and irrigation project in Telangana state, India. There are 6 main pumping stations with a total of 4,500mW, lifting the water to various levels, the highest being 113 meters.

Pictured at the contract signing are:

D Ranjit Kumar (Senior Manager at BD & P, MEIL), Bhupender Singh and Raj Kumar (YCUBE Engineering – the Severn Glocon agent for water distribution and infrastructure projects in India), and Ken McWhirter (Severn Glocon).

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Kaleshwaram Project


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