Industrial Valve Modification

Machining seatsEngineered valve modifications are still an important part of United Valve’s service offerings. General valve modifications value to an original standard or commodity valve by installing special trims, end-connections, packing, gaskets, or other upgrades. Beyond these general industrial valve modifications, our team now specializes in engineered modification work.

Our Valve Modification Specialties

We have honed our modification focus to concentrate on engineered valve modifications. Jobs such as bore and stem cladding, cryogenic valve construction, and exotic metallurgy welding and fabrication are all handled easily by our experienced team.

With a welding engineer on staff, as well as multiple mechanical engineers, we can tackle the most difficult modification projects. When required, we can provide 2D or 3D drawings as well as design calculations for most modification projects.

Key Contributor in Modification Standards Development

United Valve was instrumental in helping to create the factory-authorized valve modification industry during the late 1980’s and early 1990’s. Our first OEM authorization came in 1988 and many others followed over the following decades. Our success also helped open the door for other companies to enter the modification field.

The concept of OEM valve modification received a strong boost with the publishing of the Manufacturers Standardization Society’s SP-141, “Multi-turn and Check Valve Modification” in 2012. This document was based on many of the United Valve modification procedures, as our employees were key participants in its creation.

Precision Engineered Modifications for Industrial Valves

Our team of skilled engineers works closely with clients to understand their unique requirements, offering innovative valve modification solutions that meet the highest standards of quality and performance. Contact United Valve for all your engineered valve modification needs.