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GF Piping Systems is the sales, marketing and logistics organization for Engineered Piping Systems, Valves and Actuation, and Signet Instrumentation in the Americas. In addition, GF provides our customers with a wide range of value add capabilities through the Custom Products group. Located minutes from the scenic Orange County coastline, we offer customer and technical support, a world class fusion machine service department, valve and actuation assembly, heat exchanger fabrication and a Class 10,000 clean room for our high purity customers.
Valves & Actuation
Measurement & Instrumentation
Pressure Pipe and Fittings
Waste Pipe and Fittings
GF Piping Systems
9271 Jeronimo Road
Irvine, CA 92618
The lead contamination crisis in Flint, MI, brought more attention to the country’s piping systems than we’ve seen in a long time. Average Americans were questioning what exactly constitutes the water infrastructure below them and what that might mean for the water they enjoy in their homes.
A global scarcity of resources is a compelling reason for businesses and people to use raw materials more responsibly. Modern municipal water supply concepts must therefore not only consider such aspects as the structural development of the region and the population’s quality of life, but must also integrate the sustainable use of water in their policy planning.
Providing large cities with drinking water is never an easy task. Outdated systems can cause problems such as leakages or contaminations.
The city of Virovitica in Croatia is located near to the Hungarian border. Its water works company Virkom serves approximately 20.000 people daily with drinking water. In order to assure required European potable water standards, Virkom decided in 2008 to replace the existing old sand filtration units (total flow rate approx. 320 m³/h) by new ones.
Radar Level Transmitter Types 2290 and 2291 incorporate advanced radar sensing technology designed for high accuracy tank level measurement in a wide range of chemical processing and water treatment applications. The addition of radar technology to the company’s existing ultrasonic and hydrostatic sensors now provides three different level measurement technologies to meet virtually any level requirement. Watch the video demonstration to learn more.
Brian LaBelle, Director of Business Development for GF Piping Systems, provides Kevin Westerling with a tour of the Company’s WEFTEC.16 booth. Some of the new products on display include a dual channel transmitter, a series of electric actuators, a lug-style butterfly valve and a double containment piping system.
In this Water Online Radio interview, Brian LaBelle, Director of Business Development, Water Treatment and Energy, George Fischer Piping Systems, explains how to select the correct piping material for your system. As LaBelle explains, pressure, temperature and chemical compatibility should all be considered alongside dimensions and application.
George Fischer has consolidated their approach to the market to become more efficient and unified than ever.
GF Piping Systems has added a new measurement solution to its already extensive analytical instrumentation product line with the new Signet 2751 DryLoc pH/ORP Smart Sensor Electronics.
GF Piping Systems has introduced a corrosion-resistant pneumatic diaphragm valve that provides a new, long lasting solution for not only highly corrosive dosing applications, but also open/close applications.
GF Piping Systems will highlight the Double-See® Vinyl Double Containment Piping System at WEFTEC 2017, Booth #4052, Sept. 30-Oct. 4, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois. Double-See is an extremely easy-to-install pressure-rated system with a primary (inner) and secondary (outer) pipe designed for safely transporting hazardous liquids.
GF Piping Systems has announced availability of customizable labels for the company’s 5-Series Ball Valves. The new labels can identify function, media, flow direction, hazards, or other instructions to improve safety and efficiency in the workplace.