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BERMAD Waterworks

BERMAD 700 SIGMA Double-Chamber Control Valves offer Minimum Headloss with 3-Way Pilot Regulation, Smooth Non-Slam Closure and Pilot-less Proportional Pressure Reducing

In a previous blog post, we described how as a result of rising awareness about energy savings and environment protection, water supply and distribution systems need to be more efficient and be able to operate optimally at minimum pressures. While single-chamber control valves were traditionally used in these systems due to their cost-efficiency,

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The Challenge

Jerusalem is the capital city of Israel, and it is located in the middle of the country. In addition to the large number of tourists visiting this historical city annually, Jerusalem also has a population of more than 900,000 people, and in 1994, the yearly drinking water consumption was approximately 60M cubic meters; 2,120 cubic feet. In order to meet the future demand of a rapidly growing population, as well as overcome the challenges posed by an ageing infrastructure, Mekorot (the Israeli national water company) decided to implement a new pipeline system. The objective was to deliver water from the national aqueduct and deep wells near the coastline to Jerusalem.

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Topics: Waterworks, Surge Anticipating valves, Pipelines

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