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The Circle Seal check valve range

 

CCCV

 

The Circle Seal check valve range available from Tamo has been used in a number of demanding applications recently. Due to their low cracking pressure, which can be as low as 0.1 psi (6.9 mbar) & zero leakage sealing these valves have become the first choice where little pressure loss is required. Add to that working pressure ranges up to 10,000 PSI (690 Barg) & a range of sizes / materials / designs including cartridge designs you have a very versatile check valve.

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The MINICOMB EDS

 

Minicombeds

 

The MINICOMB EDS has been used in a number of applications to control pumps / compressors with pressure ranges up to 600 Barg. With the option of 1 or 2 switch output models or the 1 switch & 4 – 20mA output model a range of applications can be covered. 

The pressure switch features a robust design rated to IP67 & a highly functional user friendly operating system featuring a multilingual plain text menu which clearly explains the selected menu item, ensuring a rapid and hassle-free installation is ensured.

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National Grid discuss plans for Borehamwood site

The National Grid are consulting with residents in Borehamwood over the future of a site that used to house the local gasworks.

Work is currently underway to clear the site, and efforts to break up the gas holders that are located at the Borehamwood site are expected to get underway shortly; it is thought that the work will be completed towards the end of 2015. With the site cleared, plans for redevelopment can go ahead and there are proposals for the site to be used for housing.

In addition to plans to remove gas holders from the site, gas equipment that is currently being used is to be transferred to another site in the local area.

Residents and local councillors were at the meeting to hear about plans for the redevelopment of the site. At the meeting, residents had an opportunity to ask questions about the future of the former gasworks and to find out further details of the proposed redevelopment.

Among those attending was Councillor Clive Butchins, who acts as a representative for the Borehamwood Hillside Ward.

Commenting on the meeting, Councillor Butchins said:

“Although it is a shame to lose such a local landmark, I am happy to see the gasholders removed from site to prepare it for a more useful future.”

Following the meeting, Nadia Dew, Land Regeneration Manager at National Grid said: “It is always great to meet with the site’s neighbours. We hope that people found the session and opportunity to ask questions helpful.”

She went on to say:  “We’ll continue to keep all our neighbours updated on how our work’s progressing” and she assured residents that the local pedestrian walkway would remain open during the redevelopment phase.

The National Grid site has a long history in the area and it had once been essential for delivering gas to locals in Borehamwood. In addition, the site had been used for storing gas, but due to modern developments, there is no need for the gasholders so the decision was made to decommission them.

According to 4-traders.com, the National Grid first told residents about the proposals to redevelop the site back in February 2015.

As the plans for redevelopment are underway, local residents are invited to continue to give their feedback on plans for the regeneration of the site. Residents are invited to call the community relations team should they have any questions over the plans for the restoration of the Borehamwood site.

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