Press Release Summary:
Available in 1-24 in. sizes and pressure ratings to ANSI Class 600, Line Blinds benefit users by not requiring movement of adjacent piping when blind's position is changed from open to closed. Units are available in various materials of construction as well as with flanged ends, BWE, and special ends to meet customer requirements. Line Blinds are suited for process pipelines in oil, gas, petroleum, chemical, maritime, and tank farms applications.
Original Press Release:
Strahman Valves Introduces New Selection of Line Blinds for Pipeline
New Line Blinds from Strahman Valves, Inc. Provide Total Shutoff of Process Pipelines
Bethlehem, Pa. (October 2, 2006) -- Strahman Valves, Inc., a leading manufacturer of high quality wash down equipment and valve products, announces the introduction of a complete selection of line blinds for total shutoff of process pipelines commonly found in oil, gas, petroleum, chemical, maritime and tank farm applications.
Available in sizes 1" to 24" and pressure ratings to ANSI Class 600, each new line blind benefits users by not requiring the movement of adjacent piping when the blind's position is changed from open to closed. It also accommodates rapid operation by a single person from one side of the piping.
In stock and ready for delivery in most sizes, the new line blinds are available in various materials of construction as well as with flanged ends, BWE, and special ends to meet customer requirements.
For more information about Strahman's new line of line blinds, please visit strahmanvalves.com or call Strahman Valves Customer Service at 1-484-893-5080.
Strahman Valves, Inc., founded in 1921, is an internationally recognized manufacturer of quality line blinds, industrial valves, sampling valves, drain valves, and wash down equipment. All valves have full ANSI ratings as well as other ratings required by international customers. Strahman is an ISO9000-2001 Company.
Strahman Valves, Inc., headquartered in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, continues to support its customer base with facilities in Mery, France; Ottersweier, Germany; and Surrey, UK.