Control Valve Solutions appointed as an offshore specialist distributor for ASCO Numatics

22 May 2012

ASCO Numatics, an Emerson company, has recently appointed Control Valve Solutions (CVS) as an offshore specialist distributor. The agreement will see ASCO Numatics providing valve sizing, selection and engineering support to CVS, which will enable them to offer a value added service to the offshore industry around their valve piloting solutions.

This support will, in turn, ensure that users of CVS services will benefit from the installation of the latest solenoid valve technologies on repaired and new valves.

“Valve piloting is a specialist field and we know that valve users welcome the expertise that a good valve service company can bring” said Steve Barford, a process industry specialist with ASCO Numatics. “We chose to work with CVS for several reasons, mainly their location, their extensive expertise in the oil and gas industry and their engineering capability.”
CVS will incorporate ASCO Numatics valve piloting solutions when repairing valves that already have solenoid valves fitted, and also when working with users to engineer valve automation projects.

“We already have agreements with Emerson to act as an approved repairer for Fisher control valves and as a distribution channel for TopWorx valve monitoring and position sensing devices, By replacing existing solenoid valves with the ASCO Numatics range when we repair a valve, and by using ASCO Numatics product when we automate an actuator, we will ensure users are guaranteed an industry proven and highly reliable solution that takes advantage of the latest technologies in design and manufacture.”

ASCO Numatics offers a range of pilot valves to the oil & gas industry, including direct operated and pilot operated solenoid valves, valve islands, actuator control systems, bypass panels and redundant control systems. CVS offer tailor made solutions for control valves and related products, specifically for the oil & gas industry.

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