OCV takes Tulsa’s finest to Amsterdam

When it comes to interacting with customers, distance is no object for control valve specialist OCV.
This Tulsa, Oklahoma, based company is a regular exhibitor at international trade shows, such as the Aquatech held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
During the most recent event (1-4 November 2011) VP Sales Charles Whisenhunt kindly outlined what makes OCV so special in a video interview with Valve World Editor David Sear.
The key valve – a diaphragm-actuated, pilot-operated control valve – is available in twelve different functional familes, he said.
He commented that these valves are ideal for the water industry, aviation fuel lines, petroleum, etc.
Finally, he also touched on past, present and future innovations that are delivering benefits to clients.
To see Mr Whisenhunt’s video, please visit the Aquatech retrospect page.
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