Case Studies

Companies partner with Valin for results.  Read these case studies to learn how we achieve more together.

Submitted on Fri, 01/29/2021

Precision Sensors' Echoline Smart Sensor with auto diagnostic provides Semi Fabs with UL991 and S2 compliance and provides stability with no need for regular inspections.

Submitted on Tue, 11/24/2020

Valin helped NXP Semiconductors reduce their wafer scrap costs with its Endura Pneumatic Manifold Retrofit Kits. See how it was done and how much they saved.

Submitted by Omron
on Mon, 06/08/2020

In the packaging industry, it is extremely important that product containers accurately represent what is inside, as mislabeled packaging creates serious liabilities across a number of industries. Incorrectly labeled food and beverage products may result in adverse reactions due to allergies and other health issues, and the liability associated with such occurrences is immense.

Submitted on Thu, 02/13/2020

A highly corrosive and toxic chemical with strong disinfecting properties, Sodium Hypochlorite plays an ever increasing role in many industries. However, its corrosive nature and tendency to release tiny gas bubbles that can permeate non-metallic pumps poses a major challenge to conventional pumping techniques.

Submitted by Tom Trinh || Valin Corporation
on Tue, 10/15/2019

A manufacturer of precision metering mix, dispensing and spray systems was looking for a more efficient way to handle upgrading and troubleshooting their systems at individual customer locations. They were looking for a solution to connect the systems to HMI’s and PLC’s remotely, so they could update or troubleshoot from their corporate office.

Submitted by Mott Corporation
on Wed, 10/09/2019

With Mott Precision High Purity Flow Restrictors you can reduce the flow of a catastrophic gas leak in minutes, not hours, meet SEMI S2 and SEMI S6 Guidelines, and reduce air vent requirements to save millions on your vent system construction.

Submitted by Greg Neneman || Valin Corporation
on Mon, 08/26/2019

A large utility company had a series of dams along a river which controlled the flow of water into the local area. These dams were deemed as a critical infrastructure by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. The spillways are controlled by large butterfly valves which are actuated utilizing hydraulics and they needed to be tested.

Submitted on Mon, 06/17/2019

For a leader in industrial flow equipment and services, one specific application was causing significant difficulties for their end user. The harsh environment – high-temperature chlorinated gas for fiber optic production – was causing half of their pressure transmitters to fail. By working with WIKA’s experts in quality instrumentation on a custom pressure sensor solution, the customer overcame their systematic field problem with great success.

Submitted on Mon, 06/17/2019

The wastewater treatment equipment market was worth over $35 billion in 2015, and is expected to reach more than $55 billion by 2023. Increasing demands for water, alongside a trend in recycling and reusing this precious resource, are two reasons for the growth. End-user industries – power generation, pharmaceuticals, paper, oil & gas, food & beverage and general industrial – are also driving the water treatment industry.

Submitted on Mon, 06/17/2019

Several years ago, a major U.S. pharmaceutical plant suffered the loss of a full batch of an expensive drug because of contamination caused by a diaphragm seal failure.This failure of the seal on a measuring instrument allowed the diaphragm seal fill fluid to leak into the process media, leading to a shutdown of the production line, a quarantine of the product, and a time-consuming and very expensive investigation of what went wrong.

Submitted on Fri, 06/14/2019

In geothermal plants, transforming the earth’s heat into electricity imposes challenging conditions on pressure measurement equipment. WIKA’s pressure monitoring instruments and diaphragm seals can withstand harsh environments, as shown in a recent installation at a geothermal well in Southeast Asia.

Submitted by Andrew Cloy || Valin Corporation
on Fri, 03/15/2019

A maintenance manager at one of the largest petroleum refiners in the U.S. noticed that many of their duct heaters were failing at an alarming rate. Each location has hundreds of industrial duct heaters that provide forced flow heat convection. It had become the number one maintenance issue at this location.

Submitted by Walchem
on Mon, 02/25/2019

Chlorine dioxide is a powerful oxidant used in pre-treatment of drinking water for reduced trihalomethanes, as an oxidizing agent for contaminated water used in oil drilling, as a sanitizer in vegetable and fruit washing, as a biocide in cooling towers and its largest market the bleaching of pulp for paper. Chlorine dioxide is a very unstable compound and highly reactive, so typically it is made by generators placed on site.

Submitted by Tyler Kee || Valin Corporation
on Mon, 06/18/2018

A high-purity silicon material manufacturer was looking for a solution to ensure a positive shutoff of gas flows. The company produces 500 tons of high-purity silane gas, 1,000 tons of electronic grade polysilicon, and 18,000 tons of granular polysilicon annually.

Submitted on Fri, 03/23/2018

To comply with the Clean Air Act, a coal-fired power plant needed to heat flue gas to 455°C (850°F). Watlow engineered a customized design that would meet the customer's needs.

Submitted by Lori McPherson || Iwaki America Corporation
on Mon, 01/29/2018

Unlike traditional proportional or even PID control that require a varying output to a modulating control device, time-proportional control can achieve a proportional control response to process variation using an on/off device by varying on and off times in a defined control period.

Submitted by Greg Neneman || Valin Corp.
on Mon, 11/06/2017

A local power plant was having issue with clogged nozzles. The nozzles that spray the ammonia to neutralize the NOx began to clog forcing the customer to take the units off line. Because of this, they were not able to produce power at peak time to their customers. Valin designed and assembled a turnkey filtration system that consisted of 10 filtration assemblies with filter housings (for pre-filtration and final filtration), a differential pressure gauge, drain valves on the bottom of filter housings, inlet and outlet valves, and a support stand.

Submitted by Jared Lanig || Valin Corp.
on Mon, 10/09/2017

An oil production company was having problems with the freshwater flow lines freezing up in the vertical sections that go through the permafrost layer. All of the frozen lines stemmed from the self-regulating heat trace cable they were using which kept burning out. It would short out at the bend required to fit it down inside the 1” thermowell pipe. The secondary problem was the lack of sufficient heat output when self-regulating heat trace is folded back on itself. With each failure came thousands of dollars in lost production, down time, labor and materials to thaw the line.

Submitted by Tom Trinh || Valin Corporation
on Tue, 09/05/2017

A supplier of ultra-pure fluid heating systems was looking to diversify their product portfolio to offer a new solution to the food and beverage industry. Their challenge was to develop a microbiology media preparation system for food manufacturing QA/QC labs to use in conducting pathogens testing for E.coli, Listeria, and Salmonella. The system needed to provide +/-2% of dispense volume accuracy (ISO 6887), weight accuracy of <1%, temperature accuracy of <2%, and food sample test traceability.

Submitted by Cory Calderon || Valin Corporation
on Tue, 09/05/2017

A large semiconductor chip manufacturer approached our customer with a unique challenge and opportunity in cooling the highly concentrated acids and caustic chemicals used in production. Click on the 'Read more' button below to learn about the solution that not only helped increase the semiconductor chip manufacturer's throughput, but also helped ensure the safety of their staff.

Submitted by Dan Robertson || Valin Corp.
on Mon, 08/07/2017

Valin recently had the opportunity to bid on large specialized dampers for flue gas with a leading engineering and equipment firm. While working with engineers on a smelter environmental project, the Valin team assured them that Valin was very capable of supplying non-standard complex damper assemblies and would use the customer specified actuators with Valin specified controls and accessories. The firm agreed, and submitted a bid package for five 54” heavy duty all stainless dampers with actuators and controls.

Submitted by Josh Shearer || Valin Corporation
on Sat, 08/05/2017

A leading supplier of semiconductor-based solutions was looking for ways to improve the efficiency of routine maintenance change outs for their clean room tools. The technicians, many times, were left to carry tools into the clean-room by hand. Occasionally they would use simple clean room approved work carts that were more or less a bench with wheels. They were searching for something that would allow the technicians to be more efficient and organized while they were working in the clean room.

Submitted by Brian Sullivan || Valin Corporation
on Wed, 07/05/2017

A leading manufacturer of semiconductor wafer fabrication equipment was in need of a filter manifold (skid) for their new N2 on-site generation unit.  The manufacturing company develops innovative solutions that help their customers build smaller, faster, more powerful, and more power-efficient electronic devices.  They use these tools to produce tiny, complex chips for cell phones, computing devices, and entertainment gadgets. The manufacturer of those tools requires them to house on-site nitrogen generators and canisters to store the gas produced from these generators.

Submitted by by Harry Maynes || Valin Corp.
on Thu, 06/22/2017

Valin provided a solution allowing a manufacturer to reliably test new generation valves at 1550°F securing the proper approvals required by their customer. The end-customer was pleased with this solution, yielding 35% more fuel efficiency.

Submitted by Leslie Kovach || Valin Corp.
on Mon, 03/06/2017

A local refinery was injecting a catalyst into their process stream to strip out the propane-impregnated HF gas (mixed gas is a by-product of the FCC process), but the catalyst would only work at temperatures above 385° F. The presence of elevated HF gas downstream of the reactor was causing reduced life in the valves and instrumentation and they were having to replace these elements often. Valin’s process team analyzed the situation and recommended inserting an electric in-line heater upstream of the catalyst injection along with a control panel.  The customer agreed and Valin’s team began working on the solution.

Submitted by Rick Frauton || United Electric Controls
on Wed, 02/15/2017

A large energy company needed to lower costs, reduce maintenance and provide more reliable hydrogen-cooled generators for their customers worldwide. In order to monitor seal oil pressure remotely, provide switch control and be able to instantly view pressure readings, three discrete instruments were needed – a pressure transmitter, a pressure switch and a local gauge. Click on the "Read More" button below to find out how they were able to accomplish all of that with one product.

Submitted by Devon Hyatt || Valin Corp.
on Mon, 02/06/2017

A global leader in advanced composites technology was looking for a way to automation one of their processes. Part of their process includes coating the fiber they create with a resin that has an extremely precise chemical makeup. The company was starting to wonder if there was a way they could automate such a process when Valin called and asked if we could hold an MTV event at their location. On the truck, we introduced our capabilities with chemical injections and automation controls. They told us of their challenge and asked if we could help them automate their resin mixing.

Submitted by Paul Lyman, Valin Corporation
on Wed, 01/11/2017

A semiconductor company was given a large government contract to manufacture a special chip for a night vision application. Learn how they were able to increase wafer production by using a custom heating blanket.

Submitted by Devon Hyatt || Valin Corp.
on Mon, 12/05/2016

A medical device manufacturer wanted to upgrade a legacy water circulation system for an MRI machine that they build and sell. The water in this system is heated and cooled in order to keep the patient comfortable during a MRI procedure. After reviewing the system, Valin’s automation engineers discovered they could eliminate the use of over 10 relays and 2 of the 4 power supplies. They recommended using a microcontroller with an Ethernet HMI touchscreen display, and a single power supply. Valin’s quote was under the manufacturer’s budget and accepted.

Submitted by Kari Kohonen || Valin Corp.
on Sat, 10/01/2016

A Valin refinery customer planned a maintenance outage and had an urgent need for two critical valve replacements. Valin's technical specialists worked with their top valve supplier to provide a solution to meet the high-pressure requirements and critical delivery needs.

Submitted by Kent Martins || Valin Corp.
on Mon, 09/05/2016

A company in the spaceflight industry purchased a filament winding machine and was trying to manufacture composite pressure vessels that had a compound curvature. The solution they found was to create an additional axis that could be rotated in such a way that the material would no longer fold over, but the in-house solution was not automated and required manual adjustment of a rotary axis. To add to the complexity of the problem, the OEM was unable to provide a solution and the customer did not want to tamper with the controller on their brand new machines. Valin’s solution was to add a motor-controlled axis.

Submitted by Don Wolff || Valin Corp.
on Mon, 08/08/2016

A manufacturer of natural gas fired steam generators contacted Valin regarding a problem they were having with contamination.  The company used a competitor's product but the local filtration expertise and product availability was becoming a problem between the company and their customers. Valin delivered a new filtration solution that provided a higher confidence in the purity of their gas, and reduced the number of filter cartridge kits that they will need to keep stocked in inventory.

Submitted by Harry Maynes, Valin Corporation
on Wed, 07/13/2016

Valin's solution to this high temperature application allowed our customer to do the proper testing on the valves used on major aircraft engines. This overall technology will allow improvements of 40% in fuel efficiencies of the next generation aircraft engines.

Submitted by Nathan Ehresman || Valin Corp.
on Mon, 05/09/2016

Valin was approached by a company that purchases natural gas direct from the pipeline, processes it and transports it to CNG filling stations throughout California. They wanted a portable metering system which would allow them to confirm the mass quantities and chemical composition of the natural gas they were purchasing from the pipeline. Valin’s technical specialists designed a portable metering skid that would fulfill the customer’s needs and provided diagrams, drawings, and control schematics.

Submitted by Corey Foster
on Thu, 04/28/2016

By adapting serial-based controllers to Ethernet-based networks, customers can lay the hardware groundwork required to take advantage of the Industrial-Internet-of-Things (IIoT) software concepts, allowing quicker response times and proactive maintenance strategies with predictive maintenance

Submitted by Corey Foster
on Thu, 04/28/2016

Occasionally customers want to collect information outside of their SCADA systems due to complexity, processing power, or in this case, limited memory being available.  By using simple tools, many tasks can be performed outside of an existing network or supervisory system.

Submitted by Corey Foster & IAI
on Thu, 04/28/2016

By changing inefficient pneumatic and hydraulic systems to electric ones, companies can be more productive, flexible, and efficient in their production.

Submitted by Corey Foster & Omron
on Wed, 04/27/2016

Omron’s new NJ501-1340 CPU unit integrates both machine control and communication functionality, meaning the NJ controller can be directly connected with the existing host to establish SECS/GEM communications, eliminating the need of a separate computer or special communications unit. Unlike previous CPU units, the NJ series uses variables for programming and is free from complicated address setting and management.

Submitted by Corey Foster & Bosch Rexroth
on Wed, 04/27/2016

An Industry 4.0 Workstation is a semi-automated workstation that provides a link between the real world and the virtual world. It is a versatile solution that enables a highly efficient use of resources, great planning, reliability and short throughput times. With unique RFID tags embedded and semi-automated tasks, different operators can effectively produce a large number of different products with consistent quality.

Submitted by Corey Foster
on Wed, 04/27/2016

By putting sensors on a network, their information can be transmitted to any location the information is needed.  With this connection in place, software functionality can then be implemented at the supervisory level to decide what to do with that information, whether it is to notify maintenance personnel of a problem or operators of changed conditions.

Submitted by IAI
on Fri, 04/22/2016

Motorizing the feed process increased production, and significantly lowered electricity and labor costs.

Submitted by Corey Foster
on Fri, 04/22/2016

By using higher performing electric actuators from the motion control industry to control valves in the process industries, customers can achieve higher performance and better control for their processes.

Submitted by Corey Foster & Kent Martins
on Fri, 04/22/2016

Valin assisted a customer in upgrading their winding machine to replace a manually controlled axis with a motorized one, allowing them better controlled motion synchronized to one of the existing axes.

Submitted on Thu, 04/21/2016

Applying a liquid solution to a copper twisting machine – CT-Effects Application Example

Submitted by Shane Leek || Valin Corp.
on Mon, 04/04/2016

An aerospace manufacturer contacted Valin regarding a filtration issue they were having in the production of their aircraft brakes. Due to the hazardous material the filter is capturing, the filter is required to be disposed of by an approved hazardous waste facility. The expense of this process was considerable; rebuild costs from the factory, freight costs to and from the factory, and labor costs to dismantle and clean the spent filter cartridge. We presented a unique custom Valin solution: A two-part system requires the initial purchase of a reusable 304SS Filter Support Cartridge and then repeat business for the Slip on Removable Media Pleat Pack.

Submitted by Greg Neneman || Valin Corp.
on Mon, 03/07/2016

A hydrogen production plant was having to replace gauges every 30 days and needed a better solution. Valin’s technical specialists recommended an all-welded system gauge and installed it shortly thereafter. The special gauge can be used in many applications where vibration and temperature are a challenge and the customer has experienced on-going gauge failures. The gauge is well-suited for applications in refineries, chemical, power generation and all other critical process applications.

Submitted by Jim Breeze || Parker
on Fri, 02/19/2016

High profile accidents such as the Deepwater Horizon, Macondo Prospect, well blowout and explosion that occurred in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010, and the gas leak in the Elgin Field in the North Sea in 2012, are causing the industry to rethink its approach to pressure monitoring during drilling and production, in order to further improve operational safety.

Submitted by Ray Marquiss || Valin Corp.
on Mon, 02/08/2016

A customer that designs cost effective chemical dispense systems contacted Valin for automation assistance. The customer was finding it challenging to integrate control components from different suppliers, especially when it came to the automated systems. Valin's application engineering and sales team showed the engineers at the company how we could save them money and speed up their delivery time by offering components that we could provide extensive support and training on.

Submitted by Rich Wilbur || Valin Corp.
on Mon, 01/04/2016

A major refinery was looking for a way to control the distribution and handling of instrumentation products during a dual turnaround. Valin was able to provide a locking cabinet and tubing rack for each side of the turnaround with on-site restocking capabilities. Valin’s material handling solution took the burden off the refinery’s planners and freed up their time to work on more important tasks. The planners no longer have to control or place restocking PO's.

Submitted by Cory Calderon
on Wed, 11/25/2015

A semiconductor manufacturer of wafer handling machines and wet benches was looking for a way to reduce the engineering hours spent on writing code. Semiconductor companies are commonly required by their customers to be SECS/GEM compliant and this can be a laborious and costly task.

Submitted on Fri, 10/09/2015

Valin’s technical team was approached by a company that manufactures ammunition for sporting enthusiasts and law enforcement agencies. The customer has an in-house integration group that designs and builds machines for use throughout their facility. The machine design group has always struggled with pneumatic valve manifolds and needed a compact valve manifold with Ethernet/IP communication.

Submitted by Kari Kohonen, Valin's Strategic Account Manager - Refining, Oil and Gas Specialist
on Mon, 09/07/2015

Valin worked with a refinery that was processing approximately 145,000 barrels (5.7 million gallons) of crude oil per day – enough to fill a 17-foot-deep swimming pool the size of a football field. The refinery has a 2 Column Jet Fuel Clay Treater that came online in 1960 with a treat rate of 750 GPM.  This technology is very inefficient and outdated.  The nature of this old design does not optimize the contact time of the Jet Fuel with the Clay and often results in Channeling through the Media.

Submitted by Fernando Corona and Sean Julian || Valin Corp.
on Mon, 07/06/2015

A leading global automotive components company was having issues with their vertically integrated equipment used to manufacture automotive seating and interior systems.  We assured the auto manufacturer that we had a technical specialist and an application engineer on-site to troubleshoot the issue. We discovered that the issue was with a component in the circuit, not in the PLC. The PLC was performing as expected, turning on its output when it should, but the device on that circuit was not responding. Once the issue was identified, we quickly fixed the problem.

Submitted by Ron Jett || Valin Corp.
on Mon, 06/08/2015

While reviewing accounts, one of Valin’s regional sales managers noticed that a refinery customer had been consistently increasing purchases of filters and housing units for a reactor feed application. In speaking with the engineers, he found out about a major issue they were having with the filters. They showed pictures where the filters were prematurely blinding due to large particulate and when investigating the source of the contaminate, we found they had a pre-filter feeding the main filter housing. 

Submitted by Michelle Fischer
on Fri, 05/22/2015

A leading provider of flat panel display production equipment was looking for assistance with their glass screen production alignment system. During processing the glass must be aligned with a mask. Their alignment target was around 10 microns, so the two parts had to be nearly perfectly aligned. For comparison, human hair is generally considered to measure 15 to 20 microns.

Submitted by Michelle Fischer
on Wed, 05/13/2015

An American car manufacturer was looking to expand their entire production facility, and in order to meet the growing demand for their vehicles, they needed a factory upgrade to increase their manufacturing capacity.

Submitted by Rich Wilbur || Valin Corp.
on Mon, 04/06/2015

During an observation at a refinery, chemists noticed the sample cylinders currently installed at their facility did not have the latest features specified by the Department of Transportation (DOT) / Cal-OSHA regulations.It was reported to the quality control division where the risk was recognized and resulted in an action item that the Maintenance & Reliability team had to resolve. Valin assessed the issue and recommended replacing the rupture disc with a bushing and relief valve, set at 1800 psi. The recommendation was reviewed with the Instrument Mechanical team leader, a QCD stake holder, the local PED representative for PRVs, the ETC sample gas cylinder subject matter expert, and the PRO maintenance planner/scheduler. Everyone agreed that the change should be implemented and Valin was called in to handle the installation.

Submitted by Shane Leek || Valin Corp.
on Mon, 03/09/2015

A developer and manufacturer of molded-fiber packaging was struggling with controlling the consistency of the pulp feed stock in their manufacturing process. They tried numerous solutions with little to no success. This was due in large part to the fact that they were forced to use numerous vendors for the equipment needed to control their pulp consistency. Their supplies did not offer a full solution to measure, control, and automate their process. The outcome was an inconsistent product that would burn due to a thick pulp stock that dried too fast, or wet stock that took excessive time to dry and wasted time and resources.

Submitted by Leslie Kovach || Valin Corp.
on Mon, 12/08/2014

There are 27 mines located in a geographically isolated area using fittings and tubing provided by Valin.  Unfortunately, Valin did not have a local office to support the mines with a bin stocking program. To combat this Valin looked at the areas local resources to see if we could partner up with a local vendor that is currently in the mines and can present Valin products to the mines. After an extensive search, a partner was found that had a good reputation and could expand our presence in the mines. 

Submitted by Michelle Fischer
on Mon, 02/03/2014

A major refinery in the Northwest (with a production capacity of 225,000+ barrels per day) “Fast Tracked” a project to capitalize on receiving Crude Oil supplies via Rail Car from the Oil Boom region in the Dakotas.

Submitted by Michelle Fischer
on Mon, 02/03/2014

A local electrical contractor needed to provide a complete integrated solution for gutter and downspout de-icing for a large data center in the cold wintery conditions of Quincy, Washington.

Submitted by Michelle Fischer
on Mon, 02/03/2014

Valin had an opportunity to work on an application to heat-trace various process lines for temperature maintenance and freeze protection at an oil processing plant in Stockton, California.

Submitted by Dan Robertson
on Mon, 02/03/2014

Valin provides assistance to plastic resin and synthetic fiber manufacturer with integrated valve solution.

Submitted by Michelle Fischer
on Mon, 02/03/2014

A medical equipment manufacturer in Concord, CA was developing a 3D X-ray microscope and used liquid nitrogen to preserve their samples for solid imaging.

Submitted by Michelle Fischer
on Mon, 02/03/2014

Crisis Averted at a Large Copper & Nickel Mining Company in Tucson, AZ.

Submitted by Michelle Fischer
on Mon, 02/03/2014

A large electronic test & measurement instruments manufacturing company was using a legacy production tool for “Mesh Cutting” gold for electrical circuit connections that was developed over 20 years ago.

Submitted by Michelle Fischer
on Mon, 02/03/2014

Valin® Solves Multiple Problems for Major Communications Testing Equipment Manufacturer.

Submitted by Michelle Fischer
on Mon, 02/03/2014

A Major Refinery in Washington Realizes a 20% Savings on their Maintenance Labor Thanks to Valin.

Submitted by Michelle Fischer
on Mon, 02/03/2014

Valin® Becomes the “Go-To” Source for Major Chemical Processing Company in Utah.

Submitted by Michelle Fischer
on Mon, 02/03/2014

A major refinery in California turned to Valin to help them solve a problem with their sample cylinders. This customer has many sample cylinders that are used to transport a process sample from a refinery unit to the lab to test for recipe accuracy. They are using cylinders from multiple suppliers to assemble the final units.

Submitted by Michelle Fischer
on Mon, 02/03/2014

When assessing the filtration needs at a major refinery, one of Valin’s technical specialists discovered that there was no standardization in regard to the filters used in the safety showers and eyewash stations.

Submitted by Michelle Fischer
on Mon, 02/03/2014

A large mining operation in Nevada had 33 emergency shower stations that were in need of freeze protection.

Submitted by Corey Foster
on Mon, 09/23/2013

Over the last few years a leading manufacturer of waste (linen/trash) disposal systems have relied on a well-known brand PLC and their HMI software as the backbone of their controls systems.

Submitted by Leslie Carmen
on Mon, 01/21/2013

Because coal is dusty, it is common for mining and power plants to minimize the dust by spraying down the coal with a water-based chemical solution. In the colder months of the year, however, this solution causes the coal to freeze together in clumps and stick to the cold walls of the coal chute.

Submitted by Kari Kohonen
on Tue, 10/16/2012

To meet growing demand for distillates and to also meet environmental and regulatory compliance, a large refinery in the Northwest began construction of a new Ultra low Sulphur Diesel Unit.

Submitted by Kari Kohonen
on Tue, 10/16/2012

A large steel company had an existing Cisco industrial wireless mesh-network they were using to connect information from their cranes back to their offices, but had constant communication failures.

Submitted by Bill Black
on Mon, 09/03/2012

A customer called the Utah office to obtain pricing for 3,700 ft. of self-regulating cable. They asked for a rush delivery, and said some of the heat traced lines had to be operational within 2 weeks.

Submitted by Michelle Fischer
on Thu, 08/09/2012

The demand for molybdenum is increasing among the petroleum refining, electronics and aerospace industries and a large mining operation recently enlisted Valin Corporation to help them take advantage of this opportunity.

Submitted by Michelle Fischer
on Thu, 08/09/2012

As emission standards began to increase, a large mining operation found that they were incurring added expenses from field servicing trucks for unclean fuel filters clogging often and shutting down the trucks to protect the engine.

Submitted by Michelle Fischer
on Thu, 08/09/2012

An industry leader in developing load transfer solutions for the transportation/construction markets sought out Valin® to assist them with a problem.

Submitted by Tom Trinh
on Mon, 07/02/2012

A major supplier of engineered dowel baskets for transferring vehicle loads across concrete roadway joints recently enjoyed a substantial growth period due to government based infrastructure rebuilding programs.

Submitted by Ron Novak
on Tue, 05/01/2012

One of the world’s leading manufacturers of industrial gas turbines had a problem that needed solving and Valin® acted as the general contractor for this job providing project management, supervision and all of the cable and components.

Submitted by Automation World Magazine
on Fri, 03/09/2012

For over three decades, Huntington Beach, Calif.-based Circuit Automation, Inc., has been a leading provider of liquid photoimageable solutions.

Submitted by Don Wolff
on Thu, 03/01/2012

Valin® was asked to provide a compact, failsafe electric actuation solution for high torque metal seated ball valves in a severe process application.

Submitted on Thu, 07/17/2014

Standardized systems and organization can cut costs and improve production and efficiency. Learn how we helped a refinery go from 4 filtration systems to 1.