Rotork wins maintenance and repair framework with Scottish Water

Service framework with Scottish Water (Rotork Site Services)

Rotork Site Services has been awarded a framework agreement by Scottish Water for the mechanical and electrical inspection, maintenance and repair of installed valve actuators.

Rotork has been a major supplier of new actuation equipment to Scottish Water for over thirty years, resulting in the installation of several thousand Rotork actuators throughout the Scottish mainland and islands. In recent years this relationship has also been the subject of a framework agreement. In many cases, the latest Profibus-enabled IQPro actuators have become the key components for automated plants and upgrades, the latest example being Glencorse Reservoir, where a new £130 million state-of-the-art water treatment plant utilising 160 actuators is under construction.

With Rotork Site Services’ record on maintenance and repairs claiming a “95% first time fix”, the new framework will facilitate improved asset management throughout the Scottish Water region, as well as providing swift access to a number of additional Rotork capabilities. These range from installation and commissioning through to extended scope site projects, with full workshop-based support, including the provision of actuated valve packages and associated equipment.

Rotork Site Services, Tel: 01225 733 200
Website: www.rotork.com

Published in Valve User Magazine Issue 13


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