Cla-Val, Watts, OCV, Flowmatic, Bermad, Singer Valve Service for Washington, Oregon, Idaho & Montana

On-site repair of your system’s control valves.

Our service trucks are stocked with all the necessary parts and repair kits to service control valves and pilot systems.

Cla-Val, Watts, OCV, Flowmatic, Bermad, Singer Valve Service for Washington, Oregon, Idaho & MontanaWe Service it all! CLA-VAL, Watts, OCV Control Valves, Flomatic, Bermad, Singer

 

 

Our team is ready to provide you with rapid response. Our trucks are stocked with parts to get you up and running fast!

 

  • All manufacturers

  • Cla-Val, Watts, OCV, Bermad, Flomatic & Singer

  • Control Valve Sales, Service & Repair

  • Packaged PRV & Metering Stations

  • Flushing Stations

  • Yearly Maintenance

  • Valve Service for Washington, Oregon, Idaho & Montana

  • Solenoid Repair

  • Surge Anticipation

  • Altitude

  • Float Level Control

  • Low Flow Bypass

  • Pressure Reducing Vaults

  • Metering Vault

  • Pressure Relief / Sustaining

  • Pump Control

  • Electronic Actuated Control

  • Rate of Flow Control

Packaged PRV & Metering Stations - Washington, Oregon, Idaho & Montana

We offer design assistance for all of your PRV and Metering station projects.

We supply fully assembled control valve or meter valve assemblies in modular Pre-cast concrete chambers.

Packaged PRV & Metering Stations - Washington, Oregon, Idaho & Montana

Packaged PRV & Metering Stations - Washington, Oregon, Idaho & Montana

Pressure Reducing & Metering Vault

Pressure Reducing & Metering Vault

Cla-Val, Watts, OCV, Bermad, Flomatic & Singer Service - Washington, Oregon, Idaho & Montana

Pressure Reducing Vault

Pressure Reducing Vault

Pressure Reducing Vault

Pressure Reducing Vault

Flush Valves - Washington, Oregon, Idaho & Montana

We sell self-contained, battery powered, diaphragm actuated, control valve providing fully automated operation based on a predetermined program, set by the user.   Our flush valves are designed to be ideal for your system flushing needs where water turnover is required to meet your state’s health standard requirements

Why use a Flush Valve?

This valve is designed to start the test of time. It's made of epoxy-coated ductile iron and stainless steel trim, which ensures that this valve will operate for many years longer than any plastic valve.

  • Flushes static water when turnover is important
  • Automatic and Manual control allows for easy and automated control
  • While in operation, back pressure is sustained by the stem limiter to prevent the loss of system pressure
  • Includes 0-160 PSI gauge to view current back pressure during operation
  • Uses a fully adjustable closing speed to prevent surges

Flush Valves - Washington, Oregon, Idaho & Montana

 

Yearly Valve Maintenance - Washington, Oregon, Idaho & Montana

 Participating in a yearly maintenance program insures minimal downtime for service work and reduces your risk for emergency repair services during the year.

 Manufacturer's recommend that control valves and related pilot systems be inspected and tested every year and rebuilt every 5 years.

What our yearly maintenance program includes

Yearly Valve Maintenance - Washington, Oregon, Idaho & Montana

  • Document each valve in your system for your reference.
  • Identify a preventative maintenance program to prolong the useful life of your existing valves.
  • Identify problems or potential problems to prevent expensive emergency repairs and costly down time.
  • Provide you with documentation which will helpful for you for your yearly budgeting.
  • Replace all rubber parts in the main valve and related pilots.
  • All metal parts are cleaned and inspected. Metal parts are only replaced when needed and with your prior approval.
  • Recalibrate the valve and pilots to their previous setting or to the new ones you specify. Set points are recorded for your reference.
  • Valve restarted and fully tested.
  • Diaphragm test – The valve will be tested by cycling the valve fully open and closed. This process will remove all build up on the stem and ensure the valve maintains a drip-tight seal between the disk and seat.
  • Inspect strainers – All strainers are inspected and cleaned if necessary.
  • Valve and pilot system set points are checked to insure proper calibration.
  • Exercise the inlet and outlet gate valves

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