HMS Group to participate in the Iran Oil Show International Exhibition

HMS Group will participate in the Iran Oil Show international exhibition to be held within May 6-9 in Tehran (Iran).

At its exposition HMS Group will present the samples and models of contemporary pumps and compressors for the main processes of oil, gas and condensate upstream, midstream, and downstream applications:

  • Overhung pumps with radially split casing of the KRH and KRHA series (type OH2 in accordance with API standard 610)
  • Axially split, multistage pumps of the AMG and NPS series (type ВВ3 by API 610)
  • Double-casing, radially split, multistage pumps of the CNSDp series (type BB5 by API 610)
  • Nonintegrally geared centrifugal compressors with vertically split casing (API standard  617)

The pumps and compressors is fabricated by the leading manufacturing companies of HMS Group and  distinguished by its high efficiency and increased reliability due to application of the modern design solutions and high-strength materials in accordance with the Russian and international standards requirements.

The HMS Group stand No. 1231 will be situated in the pavilion 44A of the Tehran Permanent Fairground international exhibition center. The leading specialists of the company will answer the questions of the stand visitors and provide all necessary information on the process equipment’s advantages, technical data and terms of supply.

HMS Group (LSE: HMSG) is the leading pump and compressor manufacturer, as well as provider of flow control solutions and related services to the oil and gas, nuclear and thermal power generation and water utilities sectors in Russia and the CIS. HMS Group’s products are mission-critical elements of projects across a diverse range of industries. It has participated in a number of large-scale infrastructure projects in Russia, providing pumps, oil & gas equipment and compressors. HMS Group’s global depositary receipts (“GDRs”) are listed under the symbol “HMSG” on the London Stock Exchange.

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