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LESER launches new safety relief valve in India

 LESER, one of the Europe’s biggest safety valve manufacturers, launched ‘Type 526’ safety relief valve for the oil and gas industry in India. Joachim Klaus, Chairman, LESER and Neeraj Mangal, CEO, LESER were present at the launch event in Mumbai.
The API safety valve Type 526 has been adapted to the requirements of the Indian oil and gas and petrochemical customers. “The country configuration (IC) is available from local production with short lead time,” the company said.
LESER safety valves protect people and the environment in the chemical, petrochemical, technical gases, oil and gas production, and engineering branches as well as in the food and pharmaceutical industries.
On the occasion Mr Klaus said, “LESER India Type 526 is a globally proven safety valve which is used by leading companies. Now, it is available in an IC-configuration especially for the requirements of Indian oil and gas and petrochemical customers which include UV stamp, IBR and CCoE approvals.”
“Customers in India will benefit from global recognition and pre-qualifications by more than 100 EPCs and end-users who have been using the valve for more than a decade,” he adds. “Technologically, LESER transfers its modern design concepts with sturdily designed critical parts (durable design) and high tightness (tight finish) to India. This ensures a reliable valve function.”
Mr Kulkarni said, “LESER India offers a country configuration that is based on the requirements especially for the requirements of the Indian market. In March, we will start quoting and in April we will start delivering the new valve for the Indian oil and gas and petrochemical customers.”
The launch of the 526 valve also marks the transition of Fainger LESER which has been a reliable safety valve manufacturer in the Indian market for more than 25 years to LESER India as a full-range supplier and member of the global LESER quality cluster.
In Paithan, a new manufacturing hall is under construction to cope with the expected increase in demand.

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