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We get wonderful feedback from our customers and want to share what they tell us. Appreciation for Service and Support “What I like the best is when I call for a part or product they know what exactly what I … Continue reading
The following is a transcript created for the Assured Automation ST Series Butterfly Valve Webinar: Right now we are on the Home Page of the Assured Automation website. We try to give you as much information as we can in … Continue reading
Key Considerations For Effective Valve Specification Jack Siedler has spent 43 years in the valve industry, including his current eleven year stint as a technical sales specialist with Assured Automation. During his career, Mr. Siedler has worked with bar stock … Continue reading
Below is our 36C Triclamp full port ball valve with E Series pneumatic actuator. The 3-Piece Stainless Steel Ball Valve features a 180 grit interior finish and ISO direct mount pattern for compact automation. The limit switch on this unit … Continue reading
Automated Valves: Optimization of Process Control and Profits is now available for free download! The eBook is a compilation of educational articles written by the world renowned process engineering expert, Günter Öxler. Companies across the process, resource, and public utility … Continue reading
A refinery was trying to reduce costs during a recent project to upgrading manual valves to automated valves. The specifications required an API 607 firesafe ball valve, spring return pneumatic actuator, explosion proof limit switch and explosion proof solenoid. Assured … Continue reading
Check out our custom automated 3-Way Full Port Flanged Diverting Ball Valves with Pneumatic Double Acting Actuator, Limit Switches and Solenoid Valve, for paint manufacturer.
A local chemical company needed their own manual 3-Way Ball Valve fitted with a limit switch. We fabricated a mounting kit for their specific valve to add one of our weatherproof limit switches for general service.
A biodiesel company needed confirmation that a manual valve was in the correct position before beginning a reactor process. They required a specialty valve with a flanged connection on one side of the valve and triclamp on the other side. … Continue reading