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GCE Druva invites you to visit us at MIOGE 2017

Published on 21 June 2017 by Michaela Němcová

The 14th Moscow International Oil and Gas Exhibition / MIOGE 2017 will take place from 27-30 June 2017 in Moscow, Crocus Expo . Come and visit GCE DRUVA at booth № А459, Pavilion 3, Hall 13.  MIOGE is Russia’s largest international exhibition of oil and gas equipment and technologies.  Leading companies, as well as Russian and inte...


Published on 14 March 2017 by Adela Pertlova

GCE MEDIUNIT - AFNOR TYPE Medical terminal units provide quick and easy connection of hospital ward gas equipment to the hospital gas source.HIGH DURABILITY    – Brass components SIMPLE INSTALLATION FAST CONNECTION AND DISCONNECTION AIR–800    – With parking position and ventilation     ...

GCE druva at the Saudi Lab Expo 2016

Published on 15 November 2016 by

The GCE druva team together with our business partner Düperthal will be presenting its range of High Purity Gas Manifolds, Point of Use Regulators for laboratory furniture, installations and for Fume Hoods. For more information please contact Regulator@gcegroup.com Wilhelm BischoffSales & Marketing Manager – druva...


Published on 1 July 2016 by

You remember, in the first article I placed on LinkedIn I spoke of the matter of relevance. How relevant is it to have minimal hysteresis or initial droop. Well, for selecting your regulator, such flow curve can tell you about the outlet pressure behavior at a constant inlet pressure and a changing flow rate.  In this curve, the blue line is ...

Pressure Reducing Regulator versus Back Pressure Regulator

Published on 20 June 2016 by

Both regulate pressure; the only question to ask is where in a process line or application I would like to regulate the pressure? So, what is the real difference between the two, and when is it best to use one over the other.  When we speak of controlling, we actually mean regulating. It is a regulator after all... A pressure reducing regula...

Most pressure regulators fail due to contamination or wrongful sizing!

Published on 30 May 2016 by

  Pressure regulators are built to last. They should work when the need is there. They should last for many years. They should withstand many pressurisation and depressurisation cycles.  They should handle the flow it is set for. And they should have minimal effects to flow pattern changes.  A pressure regulator manages the pressur...

Leak Detection with Helium – The Portable Helium Detector PHD4

Published on 10 December 2014 by

The PHD4 is an easy-to-use and versatile solution to detect leakages by sniffing Helium as a tracer gas.It’s both, very dependable and truly portable. Therefore it can be used in a large variety of environments, such as underground storages or at large biopharmaceutical vessels, to trace even the smallest leakages.Please, contact your lo...

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