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May 16, 2018
Valcor introduces new valves and regulator
VALVES NEWS
May 11, 2018
This article was written by Anne Doerseln, a PR consultant for Schroeder Valves from PR-Atelier. Malaysia’s industrialisation has been proceeding quickly since the 1990s, increasing the demand for electricity by an average of about 4% each year. In order to keep up with the power demand of... [Read More]

VALVES NEWS
Apr 23, 2018
The UK company’s 3800L Series pilot operated pressure relief valves with modulating pilot controls (PCM) have been certified by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers to handle air, gas and vapour. Previously, the 3800L was only certified for liquids. The addition of air, gas and vapour certification... [Read More]

VALVES NEWS
Apr 5, 2018
The Italian company is extending its Valpres Wafer Pattern Ball Valve offering with two new carbon and stainless steel models, which come in a variety of pressure ratings. Bonomi says that the range of valves, designed to operate in a number of industries, offer weight and space... [Read More]

VALVES NEWS
Apr 4, 2018
The India based Rotex Manufacturers and Engineers is selling Metso the division for an undisclosed amount. Metso says that the move is aimed at expanding its global valves business. The companies expect to close the deal by July 2018. Rotex provides valves, actuators and automation systems... [Read More]

VALVES NEWS
Apr 4, 2018
The company is looking to enhance its position in the water and gas distribution sectors, while expanding its presence across the oil and gas supply chain. Oxford Flow produces fluid handling equipment designed to enhance efficiency, reliability and performance by leveraging its roots in Oxford University. The... [Read More]

VALVES NEWS
Mar 29, 2018
The ‘sensor-free’ technology uses an electromagnetic field to control the position of a bolt and determine its position. Scientists at Saarland University have developed a technique to precisely control valves via an electromagnetic current, and say that it improves on conventional electromagnetically controlled valves that only have... [Read More]

VALVES NEWS
Mar 8, 2018
The supplied valves are designed for the plants’ safety systems, using robust materials and a simple design to minimise failure. SISTO Armaturen, a Luxembourg-based subsidiary of KSB, has received a contract for valves to refit several French power stations. The SISTO-KRVNA valves are going to be used... [Read More]

VALVES NEWS
Mar 1, 2018
The Valve Manufacturers Association of America (VMA) is predicting 1.45% growth for valve shipments in 2018, valued at $4.615 billion (€3.793 billion). 2017 valve shipments were valued at $4.549 billion (€3.739 billion). VMA president William Sandler said that while growth from 2017 to 2018 was ‘not huge’,... [Read More]

VALVES NEWS
Feb 19, 2018
The Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) has led to sales increases and cost savings for Weir, and has been classed as ‘outstanding’ by an independent panel. From 2014 to 2017, Weir Valves worked with Professor Rakesh Mishra from the University of Huddersfield on a project to “design, develop... [Read More]

VALVES NEWS
Feb 13, 2018
The valve and actuator specialist said that the new facility comes as part of an effort to consolidate growth in the UK by expanding its actuated valve workshop and warehouse facilities. The 360m2 building, called the Bonomi Actuation Centre, doubles the company’s pallet racking space. Bonomi hopes... [Read More]

VALVES NEWS
Feb 5, 2018
After the deal, the company hopes to get around £7 million in revenue from its valve business in 2018. Denholm Valvecare is a division of the Scottish company Denholm Oilfield Services, an operator in areas including asset maintenance, energy logistics and precision engineering. Out of the 4,000... [Read More]

VALVES NEWS
Dec 6, 2017
A water treatment facility in Olathe, Kansas, has deployed a novel solution to a valve access problem. The gravity filter plant houses 18 butterfly valves in an area beneath a walkway, making access and operation of the actuators a complicated task. Recent rehabilitation work at the facility... [Read More]

VALVES NEWS
Dec 5, 2017
Valve design emphasises low-maintenance and self-reliability. Mueller Water Products, a manufacturer of water distribution control valves, has introduced the Singer 106/206 PGM-2PR-630-SM Pressure Management Valve with Integral Backup. Designed for reliability, the valve hydraulically manages pressure to “reduce water loss, save money and prevent pressure spikes... [Read More]

VALVES NEWS
Nov 29, 2017
Sofis is to supply 4,500 Netherlock valve interlocks to an EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) contractor in Kuwait. It is ‘one of the largest’ valve interlock orders of the last ten years, according to a press release from the valve operations specialist. The EPC contractor is delivering... [Read More]

VALVES NEWS
Nov 28, 2017
Bürkert has launched a new valve island for control cabinets, which the company claims boosts process reliability. The new AirLINE (Type 8652) has been designed for use in pharmaceutical, cosmetics, and food and beverage applications, as well as in water treatment. According to a Bürkert statement, the... [Read More]

VALVES NEWS
Nov 22, 2017
Emerson has launched a new line of knife gate valves designed specifically for challenging mid-service mining applications. According to Emerson, the new Clarkson SU10R polyurethane knife gate valves aim to deliver a solution to the abrasion and corrosion conditions that affect mid-service mining applications, while increasing reliability... [Read More]

VALVES NEWS
Nov 20, 2017
Hubli, India based Weir BDK will supply Indian EPC contractor M/S Tata Projects with £1.4 million (€1.6 million) worth of butterfly valves. The valves will be installed in the Sri Damodaram Sanjeeviah thermal power station, a coal-based facility with 1600MW capacity near Andhra Pradesh. As part of... [Read More]