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Singer Valve Inc
12850 87th Avenue
Surrey, BC V3W 3H9
Contact: Mark Gimson
Call it what you want, but a busted pipe spells nothing but T-R-O-U-B-L-E.
Water management professionals know all too well that problems arise — usually sometime after 2 a.m., or just as you’re walking out the door for a holiday weekend. No matter how well-prepared you are, or how sophisticated your system, sometimes you’re going to run into challenges. It’s simply the nature of the industry. When you experience an issue with your valves (especially when they’re failing to open or close as expected) your first instinct is to call the factory for support. While some cases may require factory assistance, this isn’t always the most efficient solution.
Reducing water loss and saving money are two of the highest priorities—and most consistent challenges—facing water professionals. Both of these issues stem from water pressure control.
Whether that brand new control valve in your system is the first one you have ever had to look after or if you are an old hand at valve maintenance with tens of valves in your system, there are a few simple guidelines and reminders for keeping it operating at optimal performance. By Mark Gimson, Marketing Manager, Singer Valve
This short guide is intended to offer guidance on some of the common problems, applications and questions that arise from using automatic control valves in water systems.
Melaka is a relatively small state on the southwest side of the Malay Peninsula with a city so rich in history and beauty that it is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. With a population around 850,000, the Melaka Water Company Ltd. (SAMB) manages roughly 270,000 service connections for commercial and residential customers.
The Millcreek Township Water Authority (MTWA) near Erie, Pennsylvania was created in 1974 to provide water to the rapidly growing Millcreek Township customer base. The MTWA purchased several small water systems which have been upgraded and grown to 112 miles of pipeline ranging in size from 2 inches / 50 mm to 24 inches / 600 mm with 10 pump stations to maintain water pressure, 5 water towers for storing a total of 5 million gallons and one groundwater well.
Since 1957 Singer Valve has been designing, manufacturing and distributing pilot operated diaphragm control valves. With innovative technologies, the company provides solutions for water loss management, water conservation and urban water and wastewater distribution throughout the world. By using quality materials and testing every valve and pilot before it is shipped, Singer Valve has an unprecedented track record for long lasting, easy to maintain solutions that work upon installation.
Presented with a problem, a team of electronic, instrumentation and control valve specialists are relentless in their research and design to find the best solution. Some of our innovative products include: