Are your control valves sticking? Leaking? Just not performing as well as they used to? Many industrial plants that had projects and upgrades planned this year have found those projects delayed or even canceled. The result is that the existing equipment has started to fail, or at least to operate below peak performance.

We can help you get back up and running without you having to make a large capital expenditure or face any unforeseen delays. 

Our factory-trained technicians can repair any control valve from any manufacturer. If you have valves that need to be repaired quickly, we can bring our valve shop to you via our Mobile Lab. Repairing a valve to like-new condition can cost roughly half of purchasing a new valve.

Here’s what we can do for you:

  • Open and inspect control valves to diagnose any issues
  • Advise about whether it will be more cost-effective to repair or replace the equipment
  • Repair or replace the trim
  • Adjust actuators and calibrate positioners
  • Replace or upgrade equipment as necessary

We’ve heard from members across many industries — including oil and gas, pulp and paper, ethanol, and chemical — that they’re struggling to keep their operations running with fewer people and lower budgets. If you find yourself in this position, our control valve experts can be your resource partners to help your plant get back on track.

Allied Valve provides control valve repair and service throughout the Midwest. Contact the location nearest you to schedule a service visit.

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