Fetterolf Acquires Stacey Valve Products —Literature Available
Fetterolf Corporation of Skippack, Pa., has acquired the Stacey Value product line, and is currently manufacturing and marketing Stacey® Line Blinds on a worldwide basis.
J.W. Williams, president of Fetterolf Corporation, stated in an interview: "Up until now, our endeavors have been concentrated in severe service/lethal gas applications.
Now, with the Stacey product line, we have the products to meet the requirements of the all important Maritime Industry." Proven Stacey Line Blind Valves provide positive, dead-tight shutoff of liquids, gasses or slurries in standard piping from 1 inch through 36 inches. Other sizes can be custom made to meet any specification specification.
The Line Blind Valves are available in all ASNI pressure ratings in a wide variety of sizes and body materials for service temperatures from cryogenic to 1400° F. Fetterolf has unique coating technologies to allow the valves to perform in the most severe salt water environments.
In addition to dead-tight shutoff, Stacey Line Blinds are easily operated.
Mr. Williams states: "With the Stacey, one man can position a blind in a matter of minutes. It usually takes three men up to an hour. Even at a distance, a glance is all it takes to determine whether a Stacey valve is open or closed.
This is another important safety feature. Safety is finally easy." For additional information on Stacey/Fetterolf valves, Write 24 on Reader Service Card
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