FISSIC mixing and filling line now in operation

With FISSIC, Beele Engineering in Sealing Valley continues to build on the future Only a few months after the first machines in Sealing Valley were commissioned, an entirely new mixing and filling line has now been put into operation as…

Swiss Federal Office for Civil Protection gives approval for NOFIRNO system

BEELE Engineering’s NOFIRNO sealing system has been approved by Switzerland’s FOCP for use in Swiss buildings designed for the purpose of protecting its citizens. During the Second World War, protecting the civilian population was given a great deal of attention. This…

Beele Engineering develops fire safe plastic transit system

Beele Engineering has developed a new range of HE plastic transit sleeves and frames to provide for the reliable and comfortable transit of cables and pipes and to provide for a fire-resistant, gas, smoke and watertight seal. The new transit sleeves and frames…

New gland module system for improved safety/fire safety in industrial plants

With the GLANDMOD system, Beele Engineering is providing a smart and effective alternative to gland plates. The modules can be directly attached to generators, motors and other (operating) equipment for incoming and outgoing cabling, as well as in control cabinets…

NOFIRNO successfully tested for fire-resistance when used to seal openings in floors and walls

The risk of falling is one of the most common causes of an industrial accident. A fall through an opening in a workplace floor is no longer an exception. Openings, together with gaps and joints also form a natural flue…

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