Safety. Reliability. Quality.
These were the principles on which Allied Valve was founded in 1955, and they are the principles we live by today. Our success over the past 60 years is driven by our dedication to these principles in every aspect of our business.
Over 500 years of collective valve and actuator industry experience
Our factory-trained, OEM-certified technicians deliver time-tested solutions that reduce downtime and costs while maintaining the integrity of your safety program.
- Reduce plant maintenance costs
- Reduce capital requirements
- Decrease regulatory compliance costs
- Avoid catastrophic system failures
- Reduce downtime and costs
- Maintain system reliability
Millions of dollars of inventory in stock
Meet tight production schedules and reduce downtime with 24/7/365 services delivered on-time, on-site, and in-person.
- 6 locations in the United States
- 24/7/365 customer service
Reduced mobilization charges
You no longer need to hire different companies to service types of valves. We dispatch local teams to service and repair all of your valves, saving you 10 to 30% in mobilization charges associated with getting technicians onto your site.
A History of Industry Leadership
Allied Valve Inc. has a long history of leadership in the valve industry.
- We were one of the first ASME authorized assemblers in the U.S for safety valves.
- We were the fourth company in the country to receive the National Board’s “VR” stamp for valve repair.
Allied Valve Inc. Today
Today, with six facilities ranging from North Dakota to Indiana, Allied Valve employes more than 100 people and is a leading supplier of relief valves and valve services in the upper Midwest. We operate five Consolidated Green Tag Centers, two authorized Kunkle Assemblers plants, and one Masonelian MARC Center.