Omal pneumatic valves are designed for in a wide range of applications throughout sub-Saharan Africa to achieve maximum performance. One example of excellence in harsh environments is our pneumatically and manually operated butterfly valves are used on modular skids for mixing gas in blast furnaces.
Industries that use our valves for various applications consist of water and wastewater, automotive, textile, biogas, steel works, chemical and petrochemical, mining, oil and gas, marine, food and beverage, and energy and power generation. These are some of the industries that make use of pneumatic valves.
3 plants located in Malan, Italy, home to Omal, manufacture and test Omal’s range of valves, including pneumatic valves. Using the latest technologies in its foundry, painting-plant, CNC centre, plastic injections, assembly, laboratories, and quality department, allow Omal to exercise maximum control on the different production steps. Additionally, it gives them the ability to respond immediately to new trends or requirements in the market.
Omal process valves are certified to numerous international and best practice standards for safety and the environment, including:
VIP Axial Valve: Can be mounted horizontally, vertically and even obliquely and can be provided with NBR, FKM or EPDM seals. Users experience minimal pressure drop due to improved fluid dynamics.
Omal pneumatic valves, and its entire range of valves, are designed and manufactured in compliance with the leading European and international standards. This means they guarantee reliability in various sector applications under normal conditions and in emergency conditions.
All Omal pneumatic valves are designed and manufactured to guarantee excellent performance ensure greater reliability and longer life. Excellent performance means a greater number of activation, greater mechanical resistance, less wear and so on.
Angle Seat Valves: Threaded angle seat valves, Angle seat valves with special ends and Angle seat valve with manual drive make up this range. The working temperature across the range is -10° to 180° C and each has a maximum viscosity or working media of 600 mm2/sec.