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Dresser Natural Gas Solutions acquires Flow Safe

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Dresser Natural Gas Solutions (Dresser NGS), a leading provider of measurement, instrumentation and piping solutions to the natural gas distribution and transmissions markets, has acquired Flow Safe, a manufacturer of spring-operated and pilot-operated high-performance pressure relief devices.

Dresser NGS has acquired the entire Flow Safe business, including 38 employees and two locations: Orchard Park, New York, and Houston. The acquisition will enable Dresser NGS to provide over-pressure protection for its natural gas customers.

The Flow Safe product line, which includes spring-operated and pilot-operated high performance over pressure protection devices, will focus on applications in natural gas distribution, pipeline, aerospace, marine, industrial gases and other liquid and gas process applications.

David Evans, President and CEO, Dresser NGS, said, “Dresser is excited about Flow Safe joining the family. We will help Flow Safe reach new customers, and Flow Safe will help us strengthen our working relationships with gas company risk managers, systems engineers, over-pressure protection specialists, measurement managers and technicians, all of whom realise value from Flow Safe’s industry-leading over pressure protection solutions.”

Ryan Gannon, President, Flow Safe, said, “Flow Safe is excited to be a part of the Dresser NGS team and looks forward to expanding their reach into many different markets that Dresser NGS currently does not operate, including aerospace, marine, and industrial/specialty gas to name a few, helping to diversify the Dresser NGS portfolio.”

Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/03112020/dresser-natural-gas-solutions-acquires-flow-safe/

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