Wedding bells at PVL...
All those rumours about Jamie Clowes and the Spanish girl at the sandwich bar can at last be put aside, because Jamie has just got married. The office at PVL has been a-buzz with the whole thing, especially after Jamie’s new missus phoned 01892 664499 a few days before the wedding and was asked by another member of the engineering team what pressure range and type of output she needed her pressure transducers programmed for. Seems she only phoned to remind Jamie to collect his wedding suit and her remark that there was ‘no pressure’ was misinterpreted.
When our managing director Steve’s favourite panama hat was purloined to be passed around for the collection for the staff’s wedding present, he permitted its use only on condition that no dirty money was placed therein. That caused all sorts of bright suggestions about money laundering and whether David Almond, PVL’s Head of Sales and Marketing was planning to get his next distributorship from those nice people in Colombia. It was those television news pictures of curvaceous dancing Colombian policewomen welcoming the England Under-21 football team that did it. No sooner had David, who is a sucker for anything to do with football, seen those pictures than he was practising his Spanish again, along with a few samba rolls.
But back to the hat. It was returned to Steve with enough cash in it for a productive visit to John Lewis’s to buy the staff present. Not enough for an armed guard, you understand, but definitely enough for something better than an EPNS toast rack.
Meanwhile, the engineering team, who you can reach on 0892 664499, continued practising their newly acquired skills programming PVL’s latest range of pressure transducers from Cincinnati. PVL now has pressure transducers in stock that can be programmed to almost any likely combination of pressure range and input and output specifications in time for evening despatch, if you phone before 3pm on a weekday. They and other new products, in the PVL range because of David’s recent travels, are not all on the website at www.pvl.co.uk yet, because Gareth, who looks after the website, has gone on holiday, but there are hundreds of up-to-the minute products for controlling pressure, vacuum, level, flow, and other key parameters there waiting to be looked at and even bought on line via the e-commerce facility.
Of course, if you could do with some expert advice before you buy, our qualified engineering team is ready to help on 01892 664499 – except that Jamie is understandably missing for a while with his bride. Lucky chap.
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