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Protect your people, plant and processes


Stay SAFE from STATIC Working in the chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical or food and beverage industries? From manual handling to industrial processing, the risk of generating static electricity is ever present. Transferring or mixing gases, liquids or solids, particularly in hazardous areas, could see a spark discharge, causing an explosion in your plant.


Let Newson Gale help you mitigate such risks, using certied grounding and bonding clamps, visual verication systems and interlocking control units.


Are you protected? Don't compromise on safety, discuss your installation and arrange a FREE SITE VISIT: call +44 (0)115 940 7500 today!


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Enquiry No. 6a


WHO PROTECTS THE PROTECTION? WE DO.


To extend the life of your Pressure Relief Valves, use Fike® Rupture Discs. They create a barrier that isolates the valve from process media, preventing chemical corrosion and leakage. That means less maintenance, fewer fugitive emissions and a reduction in the cost of ownership.


Our industry-leading technical support, excellent customer service and global presence make Fike® the perfect choice to protect your business.


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