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Marsh Bellofram to distribute Shavo's range of air preparation equipment in the UK

27 July 2011

Marsh Bellofram has been appointed as UK distributor for the Shavo range of air preparation equipment. Shavo started manufacturing under licence with designs and drawings provided by C A Norgren Co, USA for its established range of industrial pneumatic filters, regulators and airline lubricators, including both the oil mist and micro mist versions. These are complemented by the Shavo range of FRL equipment, including coalescing oil removal filters for breathing quality air.

The products include the Norgren design 07, 17 and 18 series of FRL’s together with the series 13 range of plug-in equipment. These can be supplied in port sizes from 1/8in to 2in BSP covering flows from 6 to 1890 scfm.

The Shavo own design products include their Vayu 10, 20, 60 and 70 series. The Vayu 20 range is suitable for plug-in assembly and the products have a port range from 1/8in to 1.1/2in BSP, catering for flows up to 700 scfm.

The stainless steel pressure regulator and filter/regulator products have metallic parts complying with NACE MR-0175 standard suitable for applications offshore, oil and gas, chemical, food processing, medical and dental environments. These are available in port sizes of 1/4in and 1/2in BSP. Precision filter regulators model 11-4SN are also available for handling instrumentation air supplies.

Stainless steel and precision filter regulators are also included for marine and other general corrosive or harsh condition applications.

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