27.02.2014 / DeZURIK at the SME

DeZURIK, one of the leading manufacturers and providers of valve solutions for the mining industry, will exhibit a wide variety of valves styles at the Society of Mining Engineers (SME) Annual Meeting & Exhibition in February 23 to 26, 2014 at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, UT.

 

DeZURIK valves are used by mines worldwide in slurries, oil sands, process fluids, corrosive media/acids, steam, water, air and dry solids applications. The display features the new ANSI Class Severe Service Knife Gate Valve, Urethane Lined Knife Gate Valve, Double Block & Bleed Valve, and the Extreme Service Knife Gate Valve. Also featured are rubber lined eccentric plug valves, high performance butterfly valves, resilient seated butterfly valves, rotary control valves, rubber flapper valves, air release valves, air vacuum valves, and combination air valves.

 

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