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Submersible valves for sea water

Submersible valves for sea water

Submersible valves for sea water

Dear Eng-Tips friends:
I'm looking for submersible valves to use them in sea water. ¿Do you have any idea where I can find them?. Please, I you think you know a manufacturer or a company that fabricates similar valves, give me a clue and I'll try to follow the thread...
Thank you very much,
                      Best Regards,

RE: Submersible valves for sea water

You may contact valve manufacturers association in UK or USA. Both of them provide a comprehensive list of their members.

RE: Submersible valves for sea water

Hi Casten.I bet you would not have expected a response to your thread as old as two years.I chanced upon your thread- looking for submersible sea water valves-.If your requirement  is still there ,go ahead.We manufacture valves for sea water applications for off shore oil rigs,desalination plants and other inland industrial applications involving salt water /brine in various pressure ratings.We offer them in Titanium/Nickel Aluminium Bronze.Please forward your specific requirements,operating conditions and other details to propel@vsnl.com. Looking forward to the details.

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