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Working With Robotics In the Valve Industry
Robotics are a growing part of the world of business today.  Going forward in 2013 and beyond we can count on robots and automated devices to assist us more.  Many of us may not understand how robotics work with valves, and valves with robotics, but the truth is they can and have worked hand in hand for years.  Whether it’s ...more»
What is a Ball Valve?
In a recent article, Valtorc International discusses the definition of a ball valve, what a ball valve is and how they operate and help control flow and regulate pressure.  In the article you will learn the differences in configurations and materials that go into a ball valve. Click here to read the full article on What is a Ball Valve? ...more»
Valve World Conference to be held in the America’s
Registration is now open for the first Valve World Conference to be held in the Americas.  This premiere event is setting precedent in format as well as location - by having the conference made up of plenary sessions and workshops rather than presentations of papers.  Believing that workshops are an especially dynamic way to increase the value of covered topics ...more»
New Available Products (Pictures)
The above pictures feature Valtorc International's: Ball Valves Series and  V-Port Ball Valves and 3-Way PVC Ball Valves ...more»
Valtorc International Certified for Tennessee University Bids
Some great news at Valtorc International.  We have been granted access to bid and work with the great Tennessee University.  We are very excited to have a chance to work with such a great school that is just a couple hours north of our main office in Kennesaw, GA. You can find out more about Tennessee University by checking out this ...more»
New Control Valves, AWWA Butterfly Valves & Ball Valves
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