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Azarab Industries Company

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Azarab Industries Company

Azarab Industries Company (Persian: شرکت صنایع آذرآب‎‎) is a large Iranian manufacturer of power plant and oil, sugar and gas refinery equipment in the Middle East.

As of 2005, Azarab Industries, headquartered in Tehran, Iran, employed more than 2,500 people. Their main products are boilers, butterfly valves, turbines, and pressure vessels.

Some of the projects the company has worked on are:

  • Shahid Rajaie 1000 M.W. Thermal Power Plant, Iran
  • Gilan 810 M.W. Combined Cycle Power Plant, Iran
  • Abadan Petrochemical Plant, Iran

The company has ISO 9001 certification and is a member of the Association of Iran Industry Equipment Manufacturers.

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External links

  • Official website
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