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Control Valve Stations for Express Train Line to Jerusalem, Israel

After years of planning, a new high-speed train from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv was finally opened in September 2018. Travelling at speeds of up to 160 km/h, the train passes through hilly terrain, tunnels and bridges on it's way to Tel Aviv's international airport. Millions of people use Israel railways every year. Because the line runs between the

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Yossi Rozen

Yossi Rozen
Building & construction Marketing Manager. Works in Bermad Since 2010, Specialized in water supply systems in residential and commercial buildings, hotels, shopping centers and underground tunnels

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After years of planning, a new high-speed train from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv was finally opened in September 2018. Travelling at speeds of up to 160 km/h, the train passes through hilly terrain, tunnels and bridges on it's way to Tel Aviv's international airport. Millions of people use Israel railways every year. Because the line runs between the airport and Jerusalem, the volume of travelers is expected to be high.

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Topics: Building & Construction, Pressure safety valves

The integrity and cost-effectiveness of your high-rise water system is crucial to the safety and satisfaction of the end user. Burst pipes and hard-to-maintain systems—whether for drinking water or fire protection—can be costly and often cause untold damage to property and even threaten human safety.

Many of these problems stem from water pressure fluctuations and can be prevented with proper water pressure control. At BERMAD, we take pride in developing pressure safety systems built to stabilize pressure spikes or drops.

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Topics: Building & Construction, Pressure safety valves

When designing a drinking water supply in high rise buildings, both level control in reservoirs and pressure control systems are important to ensure reliable 24/7 water supply with sufficient leeway. Pressure spikes and water hammer are unwanted phenomena in high rise buildings that can affect the "pressure quality" in water supply systems and might even damage them.

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Topics: Building & Construction, Pressure safety valves

Designing a safe, effective water delivery system for a high-rise building presents a number of challenges. One of these is ensuring that the water in basement and rooftop reservoirs remains at an acceptable level at all times. If the level is too low or too high, it may result in poor service to consumers; and overflow can result in catastrophic damage to property. The installation of a level control valve in the system can help keep water at a safe level and prevent these issues.

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Topics: Building & Construction, Level control valves

On a large construction project, time is of the essence. Delays are costly not only in terms of the project itself, but because they can impact future business. Ease of installation is therefore an important consideration when selecting water supply valves. Where multiple valves are used in a project, a hard-to-install valve can add significantly to completion time.

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Topics: Building & Construction, Victaulic grooved ends

The Azrieli Sarona Tower is a 56 floor + 7 floors below ground skyscraper in the Sarona neighborhood of Tel Aviv, Israel. The second tallest building in Israel and one of the most unique with its twisted and double-glass wall that reflects the sky, the 1.4 Billion NIS structure has become Tel Aviv’s latest icon.

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Topics: Building & Construction, Hydraulic Control Valves

In today’s era of global urbanization, high rise buildings offer a practical way to comfortably meet the needs of many while economizing on valuable real estate. However, tall buildings present challenges when it comes to designing water supply systems.

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Topics: Building & Construction

In this video, you will view a water supply system in a high-rise building that is divided into several pressure zones. The lower pressure zone is fed directly from the city water system, while the high-pressure zones are supplied from the building's top reservoir. 

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Topics: Building & Construction

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