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Beele Engineering Unveils New Website

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Posted by Michelle Howard

Beele Engineering has fully renovated and expanded its website. The company, a leader in the field of innovative, fire-resistant and gas, smoke and watertight sealing systems, thereby presents itself as expert in the field of sealing technologies.

The involvement of Beele Engineering in its client's problems and the drive to offer ready-made solutions to their issues, converge in our passion and mission: We Care - We Solve. This is also evident in our new website in which the guiding principles consist of the daily application of Beele products by visitors from the construction industry, all branches of industry, and from the shipping and offshore sectors. They can now find their way more quickly to the desired application or selected products and systems.

Beele Engineering's products and systems are applied in various ways, including as fire-resistant, gas, smoke or watertight solutions for cable and pipe transits, gaskets, joint sealants, insulation and coatings. The different products are carefully matched to these applications and guarantee the safety of people and resources - not only on paper but also when it really matters.

A clear description, as well as the key characteristics of each product are posted. Available documentation, such as installation instructions, can be downloaded for each product.

Jul 10, 2019

 

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