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Moody Direct appointed exclusive UK distributor for Realm spares, components

17 January 2012

Moody Direct has become the exclusive UK distributor of spare parts and components for the complete range of Realm valves and other associated pipeline equipment

These include the Realm “Monarch” mixproof valves, single seat valves, butterfly valves, “RPRII” pressure relief valves, non-return valves, strainers and sight glasses. Typically these components and spare parts will be consumables e.g. seals, bearings, glasses, shields,

Moody Direct has been supplying Realm valves and Realm component spare parts to UK customers for many years, and our service engineers regularly maintain and service these valves at many customers in the brewing, soft drinks, dairy, and food sectors.

Steve Hutton, Inoxpa UK Manager, commented that: “Inoxpa UK has chosen to partner with Moody Direct to distribute the Realm brand of spare parts. This decision was taken in view of Moody Direct’s extensive market coverage and customer base, their high level of Realm technical product knowledge, their UK-based stockholding facility, and their on-site valve maintenance service.”

For Realm sales or service please contact Moody Direct free on 0800 666 397 or email us at Realm@moodydirect.co.uk.


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