ARMATURY Group is intensively involved in the supply of valves manufactured to increase the Polish gas network to ensure independence on gas sources and to increase transported quantity both in Poland and by transit transmission to other customers in other European countries.
General projects are called “Baltic Pipe Project” and “North-South Gas Corridor”. When finished, the gas network from both projects will cover Norway, Denmark, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, and Croatia.
These two projects, both supported by European Union, include not only the main branch of gas pipeline Baltic Pipe, Poland-Latvia, Poland-Slovakia, but they also include the construction of the additional new gas pipeline, reconstruction of the gas pipeline, compression, and transfer stations.
The gas pipeline includes also a measuring/transfer station located at the border of individual countries as well as compress stations which increase pressure and gas flow in the gas pipeline and ensure its transport for long-distance. One of the huge investments was the construction of the compress station Kędzierzyn-Koźle which is located only 50 km from ARMATURY Group and was one of the primary investments in the development of the Polish gas network. We delivered to this compression station more than 950 valves of different sizes and the main part was the delivery of 51 huge DN 1000 ball valves. In total, we delivered 349 ball valves for gas pipeline in Poland in 2020!