Plant & Works Engineering
Protecting your gas booster
Published:  08 October, 2018

SECOMAK says for vendors or owners of a gas booster, now is the time to inspect it to ensure it operates effectively through the winter months.

Back in 1969, Secomak says it worked alongside British Gas to design and manufacture the first gas booster and it also sat on the board of directors to define the British Standards as they are today.

The latest British Standards BS8487:2007 & 2013 recommend:

• Drive Belts replace every year

• Bearing Assemblies replace every five years

• Flexible Connectors replace every five years

Whilst a component may appear in good working order, it pays to replace these serviceable parts on time, to reduce the risk of downtime.

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