Flanges & adaptors
Probe are highly experienced in refurbishing and recertifying either API or non-standard flanges and adaptors.
Probe’s ability to custom manufacture products through means of size and pressure ratings means that they can respond to the client’s exact requirements when carrying out refurbishment work. Claddings and inlays with corrosion resistant properties to help protect against future damage are also available.
A refurbishment and recertification service is also available on products which were not originally purchased from Probe. As with all Probe products, these are supplied with full certification which can be accessed via the Probe online certification portal.
Delivered by Probe Oil Tools
Probe Oil Tools is a specialist provider of high-specification pressure-control equipment. The company operates from a purpose-built machine shop, equipped with the latest C.N.C. machine tools.
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