Hattersley supplies its biggest-ever order for controls valves

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Terminal 5 at Heathrow represents Hattersley’s largest-ever single order for valves. [Photo: www.baa.com/photolibrary]
Valve manufacturer Hattersley is working on its largest-ever single order — supplying control valves for Terminal 5 at Heathrow Airport. The valves are to be used in various hot-water, condenser and chilled-water systems, air-handling units and the heating, ventilating and air-conditioning systems throughout the terminal buildings, tunnels, plant-room and service areas. Bronze and cast-iron ball and butterfly valves in sizes from 65 to 700 mm and hundreds of commissioning sets are being supplied. Martin Pride, business-development director, says, ‘This is a major contract for us. We have set up a T5 team to manage the production control and supply-chain operations and to maintain liaison with our contracting partners.’
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