Drew Marine Announces New Central Gas Installation System

Tuesday, August 26, 2003
Ashland's Drew Marine announced today the release of the new MANY-FLOW(1) CGI (Central Gas Installation) Systems for onboard welding requirements. The MANY-FLOW design upgrades the traditional pipe-and-fittings construction of older oxygen and acetylene distribution systems. Easy to install, the unique, unit-body, three-gas control accommodates two or three cylinder inputs and provides a simple way to customize the CGI system of any ship. The MANY-FLOW system features a forged block assembly, is less prone to leaks, and offers increased safety, economy, and convenience of operation. "MANY-FLOW system raises the bar on safety, economy and ease-of-use in ship welding operations," says Rich Mansmann, marketing manager for welding and refrigeration products at Drew Marine.

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