March-April 2022

FuturENERGY Digital Abril-Mayo

FuturENERGY Digital – N 88

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Established in Spain since 1975, Comeval Valve Systems has a long tradition as a manufacturer and professional distributor of valves and flow control products. The company also delivers maintenance, modification and repair services with a solid presence in the Water, Heating & Cooling, Energy, Environment and Industry market segments. Since 2011, it has formed part of the multinational ARI Armaturen, whose head office is in Germany.

Comeval Valve Systems offers a huge stock of finished and semi-finished products, with the capacity to undertake daily shipments to any part of the world. Under the specialised distribution model, the company also offers other high added value benefits such as free customer training, after-sales service, in situ energy saving studies, project management and technical support on valve applications.

The company remains highly competitive at International level in strategic areas such as project management, niche manufacturing, application engineering and after-sales service, – qualities that set Comeval Valve Systems apart in the sector.

In the energy sector, Comeval Valve Systems has extensive experience in oil refineries, gas, conventional power plants (thermoelectric, combined cycles) and renewable energies (biofuel plants, CSP plants, biomass, geothermal). Its portfolio for this sector offers high performance products including extreme service control valves, safety valves, pressure and vacuum valves, silencers for discharge noise attenuation, triple-eccentric offset valves, equipment and level control for high pressure boilers and valves with extensive designs able to cover every size, pressure and temperature range.


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