Friday, May 29, 2020

Dixon Vale & Coupling exhibiting valves at PPMA 2015

Dixon Valve & Coupling, a world leading manufacturer of hose fittings and related accessories, will be exhibiting their full range of valves at this year’s PPMA show in Birmingham.

Over the last 30 years Dixon Vale & Coupling has significantly extended its range of valves, fittings and couplings for the hygienic / purity markets through product development and acquisition.

As a global company with extensive local inventories, Dixon offers local stocking for a full range of stainless steel hygienic fittings, BPE Biopharm fittings and valves for use in the food, dairy, beverage and brewery industries, among others.

In the UK, the company offer specialised support and bespoke engineered solutions from concept to design, right through to installation. Dixon’s onsite manufacturing and engineering department means that new designs, animations and 3D modelling can rapidly be produced to support customer’s requirements.

Of particular note is Dixon’s range of high quality ball and butterfly valves which can be actuated to customer specifications and fitted with a range of stocked accessories that includes limit switches, solenoids and positioners. Dixon has established several local actuation facilities to support short lead times and fast responses. All actuators are type-tested to 1,000,000 cycles.

On display at the PPMA show will be our full range of valves including world’s most hygienic diaphragm valve, range of seat and mix-proof valves that have low cost of ownership, capabilities of our UK valve and actuation shop as well as our mobile pumping cart for small to large capacity pumping. We will also have tank cleaning heads on a working display.

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