Paradigm Flow Services, part of the Paradigm Group headquartered in Groot-Ammers, Holland, has announced a strategic alliance with Gulf Commercial Group Engineering Services (GCG) to help manage the organic growth of its dry deluge fire testing system, Dry-Flo.
Dry-Flo is to be promoted in the Middle East, with the support of and E&I, Electrical & Instrumentation EPC contractor, to conduct the installation work.
The alliance amplifies the companies’ strategic growth plans by partnering with GCG to facilitate routes to the UAE industrial market.
Daniel McCormick, Director of Fire Services at Paradigm Flow Services comments: “We’re delighted to appoint GCG as our strategic partner in the UAE for our ground-breaking Dry-Flo 4.0 technology. GCG is an esteemed local company, with an enviable reputation for the advancement of digital technologies over a broad range of industrial activities, so they are a perfect fit for the promotion of our Dry-Flo technology. The appointment is a vital component of our growth strategy and we look forward to working closely with team GCG and continuing the success of Dry-Flo across the region.”
Paradigm’s Dry-Flo technology is a digitally enabled non-invasive inspection and performance test for deluge fire protection systems. It accurately verifies flow performance to NFPA code whilst highlighting the location and magnitude of system anomalies all without flowing firewater.
Both GCG Engineering Services and E&I form part of Juman Energy Group LLC, a Ghobash Group Company. Juman Energy Group is a dynamic cooperation of established operating companies and partnerships that offers an enhanced level of engineering technologies to deliver disruptive solutions to the regional energy sector.
The five operating companies within the Group leverage their combined expertise and partnerships with companies such as Paradigm Flow Services to explore new avenues for growth.
Jürgen A Joman, Managing Director of Juman Energy Group confirms: “We are extremely impressed by their game changing technology which accurately verifies deluge system performance without the need for wet testing. We are looking forward to providing a sound asset integrity solution to our clients and making this a success for both parties.”
McCormick concludes “Wet testing is fundamentally a disruptive, damaging and environmentally unsound practice that negatively affects the asset which a deluge system is designed to protect. Our Dry-Flo offering and GCG’s local knowledge are the key to offering a more cost-effective and sustainable integrity management offering in the UAE.” -- Tradearabia News Service