Amit Engineering Systems has been founded in 1997 as a reseller of Spares for Water Treatment plants. Over the period of years the company has started design, Engineering, Manufacturing, Supply, Erection and Commissioning of DM Plants, Water Softening Plants, Air Cooled Heat Exchangers.

Company has now designed manufactured, erected and commissioned number of plants which are working satisfactory. Based on the performance company plant and products we are getting repeat orders also.

Company is using advance design techniques and sophisticated software's. Coil Design for air cooled heat exchangers, Autodesk Plant 3D for Designing sophisticated plants including Civil, structural, Equipment's, Piping, Electricals and Instrumentation. We are also using Solid works software for designing and simulation.

Now client can see his plant in advance with our 3D MODEL of the plant. We have full flagged manufacturing unit at Bhosari, Pune - 411026.

Our Products
• EIL ( Engineers India Ltd.)
• BV ( Bureau VERITAS )
• TCE ( Tata Consulting Engineers Ltd )
• NTPC ( NTPC Ltd. )
• NPCIL ( Nuclear Power Corporation Limited )

We have started our company “Amit Sales Corporation ” in 1997 as a treading company for the supply of various spares for Water Treatment plants, Rubber Lining and other mechanical items.

Around 2005 we have started designing of Dematerialized Water treatment plants, water softening plants, dry type cooling towers, fabricated equipments &,rubber lined equipments. Started manufacturing Polyproelyne lined pipes and fittings for Corrosive fluids. Company name changed to Amit Engineering Sytesm.

We have designed, manufactured, supplied, erected and commissioned following plants which are working satisfactory. Dematerialized Plants, Water Filtration Plants, Water Softening Plants,RO Plant for cooling tower blow down water recycling. Dry type cooling towers for water cooling.


At AMIT ENGINEERING SYSTEMS we are a service oriented company where commitments to our clients, responses and other necessary services are treated as top most priorities.