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Tecvalco Introduces Kleiss Flow Stopping to Canada Gas Industry

NIAGARA FALLS, ON--(Marketwired - November 28, 2017) - Niagara Falls based manufacturer and distributor, Tecvalco Ltd., has entered into an agreement with Mainline Controls to bring the Kleiss flow stopping system to Canada. Kleiss offers an industry-changing system for stopping flow in natural gas pipes.

At the heart of the Kleiss flow-stopping system is the one-step valve. This is installed with the fitting and remains in place after the stopping operation is complete. The valve eliminates the need for an external valve in the stack and the completion plug step. The system also provides faster set up, installation, and operation times -- reducing the overall job cost. Additionally, it remains on the system as a re-entry point for future stops.

The system is sized for pipe diameters range from 2" to 16", and is designed for all pipe materials (cast iron, polyethylene, PVC, steel, etc.)

TECVALCO LTD.

Tecvalco Ltd. is a premier distribution and manufacturing company, with staff across Canada. Incorporated in 1980, the company has a history of being integral in the development of the energy industry in Canada. Recently, the company acquired key assets from Grit Industries Inc., including the 93,000 square foot manufacturing facility in North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Tecvalco also operates offices out of: Lloydminster, Saskatchewan; Rockledge, Florida; and has their head office in Niagara Falls, Ontario.

www.tecvalco.com

For more information, contact:
Jason Burke
jburke@tecvalco.com

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