A Note Regarding Covid-19

March 17, 2020
Hello world. We’ve been pushed into a new reality, one that is difficult to comprehend and that is affecting all of us. To our clients, vendors and our employees, nothing is more important than you and your families. Your continued health and safety are paramount, and we are taking all known precautions to protect you. As we all adjust and adapt to this ‘new normal’, SlurryFlo is leaning into technology to remain productive, communicate effectively and to provide support regarding our products and services. Please reach out to our team as you normally would.
There is no doubt we are facing a monumental global challenge. It’s a dynamic environment, with updates flashing before our eyes. Please join us in the fight to ‘flatten the curve’, taking all possible measures to slow the spread of COVID-19. Lastly, we cannot express enough gratitude for those on the front lines; our first responders, nurses, doctors, researchers and public health experts, as well as those who keep our essential services and food supply chains open and operating. You are real life Superheroes – thank you.

Sincerely,

The SlurryFlo Team

The Toughest Control Valves In The World

SlurryFlo control valves

Custom engineered control valves that center abrasive flow within the pipe. These valves will outlast anything you've ever used.


SlurryFlo Control Valves feature a patented trim design that acts as a variable orifice, centering slurry flow within a pipe.

Variable Orifice Control Valve

Modulating the flow of abrasive fluid is challenging. When slurry passes through a control valve, the restricted opening causes the fluid to accelerate. This high-velocity abrasive slurry is then directed into the valve’s body and downstream pipe wall. This continuous erosion can result in frequent valve replacements, damaged piping and downtime. SlurryFlo's patented trim design increases wear resistance by acting as a variable orifice and centering the flow within the pipe. This protects the control valve body and downstream piping from erosion.
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REPLACEABLE WEAR COMPONENTS

SlurryFlo control valves are the ideal solution for control valve wear in all severe service applications. Due to SlurryFlo's patented design, only the trim components are exposed to erosive flow. Once they do eventually wear out, the parts can be replaced on site, resetting the service life clock. A quick trim replacement essentially provides the client with a new valve at a fraction of the cost. Similarly, if flow conditions change over time, a new seat plate can be specified to provide an increase or decrease in flow rate. There is no need to replace the entire valve assembly.
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SlurryFlo Control Valves increase valve performance and life expectancy in all abrasive applications.

SlurryFlo Control Valves excel in abrasive slurry applications.

long lasting slurry valve

SlurryFlo control valves excel in abrasive applications throughout the global mining sector (i.e. copper, gold, nickel, iron, potash, diamond, etc), or any other process where valve performance and life expectancy are critical. In comparison to traditional ‘line of site’ control valves (ball valves, butterfly valves and pinch valves), the SlurryFlo control valve offers a unique solution to control valve erosion, delivers a quantum leap in service life, and reduces the overall cost of ownership for your most demanding applications.
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SlurryFlo Clients

Our patented control valve technology operates in many abrasive services throughout the world. Below is a partial list of SlurryFlo’s client base.
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AltaGas Utilities Logo
BHP Billiton Logo
Canadian Natural Logo
Encana Logo
ESSO Imperial Oil Logo
First Quantum Minerals Ltd. Logo
Freeport McMoran Logo
Hecla Mining Company Logo
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Mosaic Logo
New Gold Logo
Potash Corp Logo
Rio Tinto Logo
Shell Logo
Sherritt International Mining Company Logo
Suncor Energy Logo
Syncrude Canada Ltd. Logo
Teck Resources Mining Company
Vale Mining Company Logo
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