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Spence Engineering

Spence Engineering Company is the industry leader in the steam equipment regulation field and is an ISO 9001 certified custom manufacturer of steam specialty & fluid control devices. Since its earliest days, Spence has continued its "History of Innovation" with new product development and improvements to the Spence "quality first" manufacturing philosophy.

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CIRCOR

CIRCOR International is a global manufacturer specializing in highly engineered, complex and severe environment products that serve long-term, high growth infrastructure markets, including oil and gas, power generation and aerospace and defense.

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Nicholson Steam Trap

The Nicholson Steam Trap product line is designed expressly for the industrial marketplace and features traps ranging from highly polished stainless steel sanitary traps to innovative variable orifice F&T(float & thermostatic) traps. Nicholson products are known throughout the industry for their value and durability.

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Spence Type ED Steam Pressure Regulator

Available in Cast Iron and Cast Steel materials, the Spence Type ED pressure regulator is designed to reduce a steady or varying initial pressure to a constant, adjustable delivery pressure. Ranging in size from 3/8" to 12", the type ED is designed for use in steam plants and district heating systems.

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Spence REFLEX Control Valve

The Spence REFLEX line of two and three way control valves offers more possibilities than any other valve family in the industry. It is an all-pourpose stem guided control valve, suitable for use in a wide range of industries. Using a modular design, and with numerous trim styles and materials available, there is a valve for nearly every application.

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Spence Series 200 Self-Contained Temperature Regulator

Self-operated regulators control temperatures of water, fuel oil, plating tanks, steam tables or other liquids without electricity. Thermal System Bulb (probe) when installed in tanks, vessels, piping, etc. reacts to temperature changes to increase or decrease flow.

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