Meet the VALVE Spectrum

Flip through the VALVE WORLD EXPO Technology Spectrum!

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Oil, Gas, Petrochemical and Chemical Industry

The managing Power: Valves

The exploration of energy sources and providing energy for processing and production is bound to complex technical processes. Valves play a central role in this. Valve technology is therefore tightly linked to a number of industries:

  • Oil and gas / pipeline
  • Onshore / offshore industry
  • Refineries, petrochemical
  • Plastics industry
  • Chemical plant
  • Processing / refining

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Food Processing Industry

Recipe for Valve Concepts

More food for more people! This is an increasing industrial challenge that must take into account the variety of products, and issues such as security of supply, quality and durability.
  • Deep-freeze and convenience products
  • Dairy products
  • Breweries
  • Beverage industry
  • Fish and meat processing
  • Bread & bakery industry

Quality, productivity, precision and hygiene significantly influence the technical action here.

Marine and Offshore Industry

3 Expo Days for the 7 Seas

Since ancient times waterways and seas have been the lifeblood of global commerce in transporting people and goods. Special ships, oil rigs and pipelines are highly technological links for the supply and connection between whole continents.

Valve technology plays a key role in this field:
  • Shipbuilding
  • Marine engines
  • Loading and unloading facilities
  • Special ships
  • Oil rigs

Water and Waste Water Management

Valves for the Lifelines

Water is the most important global resource supply. The availability of water is just as important as the treatment of waste water for the purposes of reprocessing and recycling. The lifelines of these cycles are complex technical processes that involve valve technology in all phases:
  • Water extraction
  • Water supply
  • Disposal
  • Reprocessing/clarification
  • Pollution

Valves of various shapes, sizes and applications are available to ensure smooth operation.

Automotive and Machine Construction

Valves for Transport

No other industry in the world uses more valves than manufacturers in automotive and mechanical engineering. Everything that is transported by road, rail, sea or air contains different contingents and configurations of valves.

  • Machinery and equipment
  • Vehicle technology
  • Aerospace
  • Engineering

From small to large valves, from special designs to mass production.

Pharmaceutical and Medical Industries

Here's where Valves work

The higher the quality and the more effective a product has to be, the more sensitive the production processes are structured. The technologies used in medicine, pharmacy and cosmetics must meet extremely high standards.

Valve technology is a central part of these production processes, which must be both powerful and accurate.

  • Cosmetics and toiletries
  • Medical apparatus
  • Therapy technology
  • Pharmaceuticals

Power Generation

By the Power of the Valve

Experienced power station experts are often fascinated by the complexity of a power plant.

Combined heat and power couplings, energy and electricity production and the pressurised tube and pipe networks required represent a technological tour de force. Essential parts of this industry require valve technologies which have to fulfil different tasks, particularly in energy production:

  • Heat exchange
  • Pressure regulation
  • Supply
  • Cooling
  • Distribution


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