Control Valve Solutions represents ValvTechnologies
“We are very pleased to report that ValvTechnologies has appointed CVS as their sole agent and distributor for the Scottish Oil & Gas industry. Our expertise with controls and automation has led to the contract being given.
Mick Beavers – Managing Director CVS Limited, commented, “This agreement dovetails in with our existing products and services already offered to our loyal clients. We have developed great relationships with numerous suppliers including Bettis, ASCO and TopWorx, our valve packages are designed, assembled and tested in house on our large valve test rig where clients can witness process simulations before installation.
In the Oil & Gas industry, valve performance can be compromised by combinations of process conditions such as high temperature, high pressure, high solids or high cycles. The ValvTechnologies design is quite unlike that found in floating and trunnion-style ball valves and is a complete departure from the traditional gate and plug valves found in this industry. The ValvTechnologies design uses an integral seat rather than loose seats. The integral seat provides a stable platform onto which the ball is constantly loaded with very high force, making it impossible to trap solids between the ball and seat. When the ball is in the open position, the seats are protected from the flow. The integral seat also eliminates the potential for leakage between a loose seat and the valve body.”
Peter Cone – Regional Sales Manager, ValvTechnologies, added, “Valvtechnologies Inc (VTI) of Houston is a global leader in the manufacture of metal seated isolation valves. We are pleased to announce the appointment of Control Valve Solutions (CVS) as our representative in Scotland to serve the increasing demand for reliability within the Oil and Gas Industry, particularly in the Aberdeen Offshore market place. Control Valve Solutions, with their focus on delivering quality service and products, is an ideal fit for ValvTechnologies who in turn deliver unparalleled long lasting, reliable metal seated isolation valves aimed specifically at those severe service environments, where most valves fail.
We are particularly pleased that CVS has in a brief time of existence developed a strong reputation for rapid response and accurate execution of tasks imposed upon it by its customers. We feel that these technical attributes will enhance the ability of ValvTechnologies to provide a one stop solution from sizing/selection of our valves through to installation/commissioning and maintenance at our customer’s sites.
During our short time together, the CVS/VTI partnership has already identified and delivered on several problematic applications for several of the Oil Majors resulting in enhanced performance and improved bottom line for the operator. VTI is committed to the supply of critical isolations to all industries and we feel very confident that alongside CVS we will continue to show a strong growth for the demand of our products.”
Contact Control Valve Solutions today to find out the complete range of ValvTechnologies products and see how zero leakage valve solutions can provide such benefits as:
• Long term reliability
• Reduced valve maintenance
• Personnel safety
• Improved system integrity
• Return on investment, usually within months if not weeks.
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Control Valve Solutions Ltd, Tel: 0845 2269975
Published in Valve User Magazine Issue 14
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