Lloyd’s approved Bronze Foundry - one of many capabilities for DMI Young & Cunningham

DMI Young and Cunningham Limited, a business with a 93-year history located in Tyne and Wear offers the complete package

DMI Young and Cunningham manufacture, stock and distribute Valves and fluid control systems, in a wide range of orientations and materials. With our many years’ experience we can offer a solution for any fluid control situation.

Our on-site Lloyd’s approved foundry and machine shop has the capacity to cope with any bespoke arrangements or large quantities required.

As we design, cast, manufacture and fit on site we can assure quality throughout the process.

We offer specialist valve solutions such as our patented fire safe ‘quick close’ valves, with a range of triggering mechanisms to suit, these are supplied, among other products, to a range of international customers including the MOD, for their Aircraft carriers and Type 45 vessels, and US and Canadian navies respectively.

Our valves don’t end at the standard catalogue range, we have been designing solutions to new problems since the offset and are more than happy to help with your individual design requirements.

To compliment our range our bespoke valve chest catalogue has a range of options for ship builders, from replacement chests to suit previous arrangements to new builds where size and shape is a determining factor in the design, at Young and Cunningham we pride ourselves on being able to make valves to suit any arrangement and our valve chests are no different.

Alongside our significant marine capabilities, we can also offer a wide range of products through our specially selected partners.

This allows us to offer complete valve & associated product packages to suit all industries & our customers specific needs.

We would like to take this opportunity to introduce and formally welcome Paul Demellweek to our Sales Team.

Paul was with HH Valves as their General Manager in Wigan and has a wealth of experience in supplying the Oil/Gas, Power Generation & Chemical industries both in the UK & around the World.

He is looking forward to receiving your calls and will respond rapidly to all enquiries.

Paul also welcomes any opportunity to re-establish contact with his many previous customers and industry colleagues and assures them of the same efficient service that they are accustomed too.

Our team have combined experience spanning many years in supplying bespoke valve packages to a multitude of industries.

We welcome all enquiries you may have and pride ourselves on providing the complete solution to our customer’s requirements. Tel: 0191 270 4690 Email: Paul.Demellweek@yandc.co.uk / sales@yandc.co.uk Web: www.yandc.co.uk

Published: 8th November 2019

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