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To participate in the largest oil and gas event in the Middle East

Dubai, UAE, November 5, 2013PFS Technologies, a global supplier of flow measurement technologies and fire suppression systems, announces its participation in the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC) in hall 12, stand #12,480 at the ADNEC from November 10-13 in Abu Dhabi.

PFS Technologies offers customers throughout the Middle East and Africa the world’s most accurate and field proven oil and gas flow meters and monitors, as well as advanced compressed air foam (CAF) fire suppression solutions by partnering with world-renowned providers, including:

Primary Flow Signal, the leading designer and manufacturer of innovative, durable, and accurate flow-metering solutions, including Venturi, WedgeType, and orifice flow elements widely used in water and hydrocarbon industries.

Turbines Incorporated, a leading designer and manufacturer of full port turbine flow meters and related instrumentation for oil and gas, cryogenic, and flow monitoring applications. 

ACAF® Systems Inc.-PFS Fire Suppression Group, LLC, the leading manufacturer of FM Approved, compressed air foam-based fire suppression systems for use in oil and gas, petrochemical, steel, aviation, marine, transportation, military, mining, and manufacturing applications. 

Supported by a knowledgeable team of engineers with decades of experience in their respective technologies, PFS Technologies delivers deep technological knowledge while providing expedient delivery of product to meet the high expectations and demands of its customers. Our meters and fire suppression products are designed to meet strict international standards and ISO 9001 compliance requirements for design, production, and service. For more information please visit: http://pfstechnologies.com or contact Sales Manager Nanda Kumar at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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144.0 Inch HVT Installation