MAKKAH MASAR PROJECT

Being chosen as a supplier for a big project is exciting and a big responsibility. AVK Saudi is proud to have supplied the Masar Makkah project, 05-10-2023

AVK Saudi recently supplied products to the Masar Makkah project, which aims to improve transportation and hospitality facilities, as well as add amenities to the Holy Mosque area in Makkah.

We are proud to be a player in this large infrastructure project and are committed to providing the best solutions and services on time and within budget.

As part of our work on the project, we have been contracted to supply a range of high-quality products, including control valves, fire hydrants, and dismantling joints. Our control valves play a crucial role in regulating pressure, flow of fluids and are essential components of any automated control system. while our series 27 fire hydrants provide excellent fire protection and have been tested to withstand extreme conditions and heavy usage, making them an ideal choice for industrial and commercial settings. One of the advantages of our hydrants is their adaptability, as they can be customized to meet specific requirements, ensuring reliable and efficient performance.

Our dismantling joints are designed to allow for easy maintenance of pipeline networks by providing a break in the line where repairs or modifications can be made without disrupting the entire system. They also help reduce stress on surrounding components, extending the life of the pipeline, and reducing repair costs over time.

Overall, our products are known for their durability, resistance to extreme temperature and pressure changes, and resistance to erosion and corrosion, providing long-lasting value for customers.

If you are looking for high-quality valves, hydrants, and joints for water and wastewater infrastructure projects, look no further than AVK. We have a reputation for excellence, reliability, and durability that has made us a trusted supplier in the industry. 


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