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Victaulic to demo faster installations and new models at ADIPEC 2014

10th October 2014

Victaulic, the world's leading manufacturer of mechanical pipe-joining systems, will exhibit its complete range of products for the oil, gas and petroleum industry at ADIPEC, 10-13 November

Victaulic to demo faster installations and new models at ADIPEC 2014
The high-pressure, enhanced port, NACE-compliant Victaulic Series 727 Ball Valve is now available in a groove by thread variant

The event will see the company display a new variant of the popular Series 727 Grooved End Ball Valve, a high-pressure, enhanced port, NACE-compliant valve for upstream oil applications. The groove by thread variant, on show for the first time in the Middle East, introduces even more versatility to the Victaulic range.

This male threaded version is designed for tank and equipment connections. The valve is offered bare or with lever handle, and will give customers the option to connect to any threaded tanks or equipment.

The Series 727 Ball Valve provides excellent flow characteristics and enables quick and easy installation and maintenance. Flow testing has demonstrated up to one-third better flow than competitive standard port ball valves, while the Series 727 weighs one-third less than equivalent flanged valves, easing handling and installation.

Also on display at Hall 8 Booth 8311 will be a full range of Victaulic grooved products for upstream, midstream and downstream applications, including the latest Victaulic Delta-Y Assembly, a combination of pre-assembled Victaulic cast grooved fittings, couplings and valves designed specifically for bulk cement/barite systems on offshore oil drilling platforms and mud drilling systems.

The Victaulic Delta-Y Assembly is available in 5-6”/125-150mm with a 300 PSI/2065 kPa pressure rating. A long radius version is available to maximize flow capabilities.

“Victaulic has been operating in the oil and gas market since 1919 and continues to innovate with robust new products in some of the most testing of environments,” says Dan Christian, Victaulic Director Oil, Gas, Chemical & Power Markets EMEAI. “With installation five to six times faster than with traditional connections, Victaulic systems deliver real time and money saving advantages for customers.”

Because seeing really is believing, there will be regular assembly demonstrations at ADIPEC with a wide range of the latest couplings, fittings and accessories for upstream, midstream and downstream applications. For more information, please visit Victaulic at Hall 8 Booth 8311 or visit the Victaulic oil and gas piping systems webpage.


About Victaulic

Since 1919, Victaulic has been the world's leading producer of grooved mechanical couplings and pipe-joining systems. Used in the most demanding markets, Victaulic innovative piping technologies and services put people to work faster while increasing safety, ensuring reliability and maximizing efficiency. The company has 15 major manufacturing facilities, 28 branches worldwide and over 3,600 employees who speak 43 languages across the globe.

With more than 900 active global patents, Victaulic solutions are at work in 115 countries across diverse business lines including oil and gas, chemical, mining, power generation, water and wastewater treatment, military and marine, as well as commercial building and fire protection. For more information visit and follow us on: LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

Victaulic mechanical pipe joining systems can be found in projects as diverse as the Alexandria Library, the Burj Khalifa and the Development of King Abdul Aziz Endowment (DOKAAE). Victaulic provides sustainable solutions and is a member of the UAE Green Building Council. The company is involved with BREEAM and other international initiatives.

The Victaulic operational office in the Middle East is located in Jebel Ali, Dubai.

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