General Signal's DeZurik Buys Honeywell's Control Valve Business

Customers of Honeywell Inc.'s North American Globe Control Valve business (Montgomeryville, Pa.) can expect a smooth flowing transition as that business changes hands from Honeywell to General Signal Corp., both companies say.The DeZurik unit, based here, welcomes the December 1997 acquisition.

03/01/1998


Customers of Honeywell Inc.'s North American Globe Control Valve business (Montgomeryville, Pa.) can expect a smooth flowing transition as that business changes hands from Honeywell to General Signal Corp., both companies say.

The DeZurik unit, based here, welcomes the December 1997 acquisition.

Wayne Robbins, DeZurik vice president of marketing and product development, says, "The line will contribute significantly to DeZurik's ability to offer its customers a broad, high-quality, 'best-in-class' selection of control valves, which include our traditional high-performance V Port Ball, high-performance Butterfly Valves, Precision Electric, and recent introductions: the Rotary Control Valve, the VDS Diagnostics System, and the Metal-Seated Ball Valve."

The Globe product line includes high-pressure single- and double-seat straight-through globes, angle valves, 3-way mixing/diverting valves, low-flow valves, tight shut-off and balanced cage globe valves (sizes from 1/2 to 16 in.), and a full range of actuators and positioners.

DeZurik's parent company, General Signal Corp. (Stamford, Conn.), with 1996 sales exceeding $2 billion, manufacturers products for process control, electrical control, and industrial technology industries.

For more information, visit www.controleng.com/info .





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