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Larox Flowsys will be exhibiting at SPCI event in Stockholm May 17-19

Release date 2011-04-28

Larox Flowsys Oy will be exhibiting together with its Swedish representatives Minrox AB (valves) and Processpumpar AB (pumps) at the SPCI event 2011 - the world's largest exhibition for the pulp & paper industry.

Larox Flowsys Oy will be showing at the event the brand new Progressive Cavity Pump, designed for the most demanding industrial slurry and paste pumping applications. Due to its unique features and patented design, high efficiency and high pressure are achieved with a shorter construction. It also requires less energy, is easy to install, and requires less maintenance resulting in very low Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). Serie C pumps are ideal for demanding duties especially in pulp & paper, mining & minerals and chemical industries.

You can also hear the latest news of Larox pinch valves and peristaltic hose pumps as well as get to see our new knife gate valves, which are engineered to be used in tough environments with demanding media.

To learn more about Larox Flowsys and its expanded product offerings and brands, visit www.larox.fi and come to meet us at SPCI event stand no A30:49.

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Tuija Tiilikainen
e-mail: tuija.tiilikainen @ flowrox.com
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