BI-TORQ Valve Automation is now managing the sales efforts of Strahman Valves’ line of piston-type sampling valves. The shift allows our current customer base to have full access to the sampling line under the BI-TORQ banner of products.
The reasoning for the shift was a fairly straightforward one for Strahman Valves. While sampling valves, a type of valve used to take a representative sample or portion of a liquid, gas, or solid for testing purposes are not quarter-turn valves like the rest of BI-TORQ’s portfolio of products, they do fit in nicely with our MRO and PVF distributors who call on chemical, food and beverage, pulp and paper and pharmaceutical accounts daily. The ability to offer automated valves, safety products and now sampling valves will allow our distributors to offer a complete suite of products for plant replacement needs or the next bid for expansion.
For those companies that already are dealing with Strahman Valves, the process doesn’t change for quotations or shipments – both will come out of our headquarters in Bethlehem, PA. The advantage you get is access to BI-TORQ’s line of products. We pride ourselves on our ability to provide product to just about any customer with our 5 main categories of products – automated valves, safety products, fire safety thermal shut-off assemblies, retro-fit automation packages and customized mounting hardware.
If you are new to sampling valves, but eager to learn about the applications that can be found at your customers, BI-TORQ will lead the way with help. We can offer our proven style of training and service via webinars, lunch and learns or joint sales calls.
The Strahman Valves sampling line includes three bases series: the QA series – a quick advance ¼ turn type; the SV series – a resilient seated type; and a MS series – a metal seated type. The line also as specific lines for pulp and paper and sanitary applications. Each of the series can customized to suit the needs of the application including, but not limited to piston extensions, heat jackets, materials or construction and end connections.
In case you missed it, BI-TORQ Valve Automation was the cover story of Valve World’s Control & Smart Valves Special. We were very excited to be able to showcase our capabilities and demonstrate the fact that we are a leader in not only the valve automation and customized mounting hardware industries, but now in the thermal shut-off industry as well.
Take a few minutes to read Valve World’s Sarah Bradley interview with Dave Marut, BI-TORQ Valve Automation’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
If you’d like to learn more about how our thermal shut-off valves work or where you might find opportunities for them, click on the link below.
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At the beginning of September, BI-TORQ Valve Automation became part of the Strahman Valve
family. We could not be any more pleased.
When I first had the pleasure of meeting CEO Augie Percoco and the rest of the Strahman team earlier this year at their world headquarters in Pennsylvania, I was struck by the similarity of the Strahman and BI-TORQ cultures. Both companies put the customer first, ensure that our products are first rate, and maintain a positive team atmosphere in our organizations. As westarted to think about becoming a part of the Strahman family, making sure we had a good “fit” was important; there is no doubt we made the right choice.
Over the past 35 years, our family-owned business worked diligently to secure our reputation as a reliable, ethical, and customer-oriented organization. As a result, the BI-TORQ Valve Automation brand has become one of the most respected names in the industry.
We move into this next stage with tremendous pride in what we have built over the past four decades. This merger ensures that our legacy of hard work, quality products and outstanding customer service will continue well into the future. The new BI-TORQ Valve Automation is a great blend of ‘business as usual’ with an even stronger infrastructure. We look forward to serving all of our industry partners for many years into the future.
VP Sales and Marketing, BI-TORQ Valve Automation Division