- JUNE 2014- NTPC
- JUNE 2014- NTPC, INDIA’S LARGEST POWER UTILITY PLACES ORDER ON MSL FOR SUPPLY OF OCTG FOR THEIR FIRST EVER FORAY INTO OIL & GAS EXPLORATION AT CAMBAY ON- LAND EXPLORATION BLOCK.
- MAY 2014
- MAY 2014 – MSL SUCCESSFULLY DELIVERS OCTG ORDERS TO DOWNSTREAM MAJOR GAIL FOR THEIR FIRST OIL AND GAS EXPLORATION PROJECT AT MANNARGUDI EXPLORATION BLOCK, TAMIL NADU.
- 11TH MAY 2012
- 11TH MAY 2012- INDIA'S PREMIER NATIONAL OIL & GAS COMPANY, ONGC LTD HAS AWARDED MSL A US DOLLAR 30 MILLION CONTRACT FOR THE SUPPLY OF SEAMLESS CASINGS FOR THEIR CRITICAL OFFSHORE E & P PROJECTS. (11-MAY-2012).
Sewage & Waterwell Industry
Jindal Pipes provide coating with pipes of firm and rugged metals i.e Zinc that make them capable of working for sewerage applications. Also, we offer a wide range of external coatings (our sister concern company Maharashtra Seamless Limited) which are used in all kinds of ground applications and above ground conditions, like treatment works, pumping stations, etc.
Sewage pipes that are made of steel are able to sustain high pressure or gravity. Also, they are resistant to corrosion and minimize the embedded needs. At Jindal Pipes, these pipes are present in all the ranges and diameters, to serve all types of pressure ratings and ground conditions.
Casing is done to provide the support and to avoid unconsolidated sand, gravel and the loose rock fragments from falling off the wall of the well. This is basically done to avoid the destruction of the well shaft. The basic purpose of well is that it provides easy access to aquifer. Once a well is constructed for the pumping system, it then acts as the conduit. It brings out the water from aquifer at the surface.
Because of the high durability, strength and corrosion resistance, steel casing has been the most preferred material for the water wells. Also, steel casing has the ability to withstand very high temperatures that is caused by curing cement plaster.
Our Product Specifications in Sewage & Waterwell Industry:
- IS : 3589, 1239 (Pt-I)
- BS : 1387
- DIN : 2440, 2441
- ISO : 65