Besa produces safety valves for the

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What is the function of safety valves?

Safety valves (also known as pressure relief valves) are designed to relieve fluid’s pressure when its exceeds a predefined limit. Their purpose is to prevent excess pressure in the system they protect, as well as providing protection against failure of equipment or pipes, due to overpressure.

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Oil & Gas

The challenges of extracting, refining and distributing oil and gas products are constantly evolving.

Sanitary & Pharmaceutical

The sanitary and pharmaceutical sector is highly regulated, with strict guidelines in place to ensure that products are safe and effective.

Power & Energy

Structural changes in the energy sector continue as renewable energy is on the rise.


The marine sector is a vital part of the global economy, and its importance is expected to grow in the coming years. The sector is facing challenges, however, including the need to improve efficiency and reduce environmental impacts.


An important part of petrochemical industry is the production of polymers. It interacts directly with the petroleum industry, particularly the downstream sector.


The process sector is a major contributor to the economy, accounting for around 15% of GDP. The sector employs a significant number of people, with around 3.5 million people employed in the process industries in the UK.

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BESA has been manufacturing safety valves for many years, in a wide range of installations, and its experience provides the best possible guarantee. We carefully study each system during the quotation phase, as well as any special requirements or requests, until we find the best solution and the most appropriate valve for your installation.


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