Download the Control Valve Buyer's Guide and discover the 12 questions to ask when purchasing a new valve.
The golden rule when sourcing a control valve is to never buy on initial cost. Instead, look at the hidden costs throughout the valve's lifetime.
It’s vital to reduce costly production delays and release maintenance resource for other productivity critical duties.
The complexity of valve maintenance and required skill level of the operator is a key factor when maintaining the valve, helping to reduce cost of ownership.
Control valves should deliver years of reliable service before major maintenance is required, such as replacing the valve seat – the longer the service interval, the lower the cost of ownership.
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