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BORSIG extends its range of valves

Author: Vulkan Verlag

Date: 30. May. 2020

BORSIG extends its range of valves

artec AIS has been successfully established on the market with its products for over 25 years. The company specializes in industrial control and shut-off valves for high-pressure applications. Customers in the power generation, oil and gas and petrochemical industries rely on this innovative technology. The takeover by the long-established Berlin-based company BORSIG is a further step in the international orientation of its business. The product focus is on fully metal- seated, highly wear-resistant control and shut-off ball valves for applications in the 100-400 bar pressure range for gas caverns, gas storage tanks, gas stations, compressor stations, gas pressure control and measuring stations. But the product range is far more extensive.
In addition to metal-seated control and pre-filling ball valves and shut-off and emergency shut-off ball valves (ESD), BORSIG will also be offering 3-way valves and electronic protection systems (HIPPS) including EMSR technology, injection coolers, motive steam nozzles and steam converter stations. The service portfolio will also include services relating to the flexibilization of steam generators and optimization of existing steam temperature control systems, the engineering and implementation of instrumentation and control technology, as well as the maintenance, repair and modification of third party industrial valves to extend service life.
By combining innovative products for steam cooling, instrumentation and control technology and the proven BORSIG power plant service, BORSIG is now able to offer integrated retrofit solutions for plant flexibilization and efficiency improvements. With the acquisition of the artec AIS product business, BORSIG underlines its claim to be one of the leading suppliers of high-pressure control and shut-off valves for extreme operating conditions, especially found at gas compression and storage stations.

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