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With over 30 years experience, Automated Valve & Equipment is an industry leader in valve controls and automation. 

Industrial valves play an important role in most industries.  Here are a few examples of their use:

  • Steel and chemical plants use valves for water, steam, hydraulic and air lines
  • Hospitals need valves for sterilization and the handling of fluids and gasses
  • Wastewater Treatment facilities use valves in the delivery of clean, safe water to industry and the consumer
  • Mines have valves to convey minerals and slurries
  • For the transportation of oil and gas via large piping systems , valves are essential to the extraction, refining and delivery processes
  • Machine and skid builders rely on valve technology, quality and durability to enhance their products

How Do Valves Work?

The fundamentals of any valve design relate to its sealing characteristics. This includes its ability to start and stop the flow of material thru the pipeline as well as its ability to safely prevent leaks to the atmosphere.

Proper valve selection is influenced by:

  • Line Pressure
  • Temperature : extreme heat and cold
  • Corrosive and abrasive qualities of media
  • External environmental conditions
  • Pipeline access

Now that you understand how valves work, let us help your business.

What We Can Do For You

Acutation Shop - Automated Valve & Equipment Co.We have our own in-house valve actuation shop.  This enables us to create customized valve automation solutions for our customers for any project.  We carry a full line of electric, hydraulic and pneumatic valve actuators so you can complete your entire project in one place saving time and money.Here are a few examples of how we can help you on your next automation project.

  • Machine and install automation hardware on your valve to reduce your labor and overhead
  • Add limit switches to interact with your PLC
  • Connect filter/regulators to pneumatic actuators to prevent contamination of air channels
  • Install extensions or Safe Operator system on hard to reach valves to make them accessible
  • Add positioners to quarter-turn valves for modulating service
  • 100% testing and traceability for reliability and repeatability
  • Our R&D team creates custom solutions to meet your special requirements

 

Why Custom Valve Automation is Important

  1. There’s no one size fits all solution. When you have a customized automated solution, you’re investing in a solution which has been designed and built specifically for your company’s application and goal. You won’t get this with a selection from a maintenance supplier’s catalogue.
  1. You invest in reliability and lower cost of ownership. When you put our valve knowledge and experience to work for you, you get a valve assembly tailored to your application; one that will provide reliable performance. That means fewer headaches now and in the future.
  1. Automated valves will save time. Valve automation will save you time, effort and resources. That’s important for every business, no matter what industry. Why not see what it can do to improve your bottom line?

If you have any questions on valve automation or would like us to help you on your next  custom valve automation project, click here to contact us or call us at (800) 962-5964.

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