Free Steam & Fluid Control Designer's Guide handbook

June 23, 2005

Spence Engineering Company, Inc., of Walden, New York, has announced the release of its 3rd Edition of “Steam & Fluid Control Designer’s Guide” handbook for designing, specifying and purchasing steam pressure reducing and fluid control devices used on HVAC and industrial process systems. 

Designed for Engineers, Facility Managers, Maintenance Managers and Equipment Buyers, the Spence Designer’s Guide includes application and specification information on its regulators, control valves, safety relief valves, condensate pumps, desuperheaters, steam traps, noise suppression products, strainers, check valves and pump protection equipment.

To request a free copy of the new 3rd Edition of the Spence “Steam & Fluid Control Designer’s Guide”, visit or call (800) 398-2493. 

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