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Hydraulic analysis

Sierra Engineering & Contracting, in collaboration with leading Consulting firms, is able to perform hydraulic analysis including head loss and cavitation caculation.

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Surge analysis

Analysis of Surges, unstable flows and water hammer can be vital in system design; Sierra can help you by providing a complete analysis.

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Maintenance and after sale support

Sierra supports its valve installations in Egypt by providing maintenance contractors for its clients and maintaining various spare parts in stock.

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Training of staff

Sierra training center is unique in the industry. Both theoretical and on the job training is provided to the operators and design engineers

 

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Onsite diagnosis

It can be sometimes complex to understand the specific needs of a system. Sierra can attend on site to establish with you the specific requirements for hydraulic data and deliver a sound solution.

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Identifying and proposing

1. Identifying the solution
2. Sizing the valve
3. Material selection
4. Design & Layout of valve chamber

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Commissioning

Sierra supports the commissioning of all its products. During system start up or valve replacement, a Sierra technician can assist you, on-site or by phone if you have your own technicians.

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Hydraulic laboratory

We have set-up a small hydraulic laboratory that enables us to simulate the different valve functions such pressure reduction, flow limitation, level control, electronic control in addition to many other unique functions.

Pressure Management

WHY DO SOME AREAS EXPERIENCE HIGHER PRESSURE THAN OTHERS?

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Water is distributed to customers through a network of water supply zones. Water reservoirs are located in high points in each water supply zone. Water is distributed from the reservoir across the zone using a gravity system. Water pressure varies at different locations in the zone depending on your property’s elevation and proximity to the reservoir.

Properties in low areas receive higher water pressure. Properties in high areas receive lower water pressure.