MEET THE MEMBER - Sealand Valves



Here at Sealand Valves, we have the capacity and capabilities to design and manufacture a wide range of valves. Our speciality is offering a bespoke valve design and manufacturing service, finding solutions when standard and mass-produced valves are not suitable.
 
We have the capacity to manufacture non-standard and large bore wedge gate valves, globes and swing check in cast iron, carbon steel and bronzes as well as the exotic alloys.
 
A typical Sealand valve will generally have one or more ‘special’ features; It might be a non-standard bore face, flange drilling, face to face or an unusual trim or a combination of these. Our capabilities range from one-off requirements to small batches and we have delivered individual products up to three tonnes in finished weight. Our products are designed and manufactured to order, meeting the material, dimensions and installation and certification requirements of our clients.
 
Tel: 01535 610 345
Email: sales@sealandengineering.co.uk
Web: www.sealandvalves.co.uk


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