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Abo Valve Sro

Country:
czech republic czech republic
Bussiness Type:
manufacturer
Annual Revenue:
Year Established:
1993
Contact Person:
Ms. Veronika Deutschova
Total Employees:
51 - 100 Employees
Address: Dalimilova 285/54, Olomouc, Czech Republic.
Products/Services: buttefly valves, high performance valves, eccentric valves, industrial valves, centric valves
Website: abovalve.com

Company Introduction

ABO valve was founded in 1993 as a daughter company of a Czech company Siwatec, a. s. With a history of more than 20 years, we are currently one of the largest European manufacturers of shut-off and control valves for industrial applications.

We offer to our customers a wide scope of products which covers butterfly valves for general and industrial use including high performance valves with double and triple offset, knife gate and ball valves as well as safety valves for the most demanding applications.

We emphasize quality and innovation. Our valves have obtained several different European and international certificates like TUV, GOST R, Lloyd's Register, DVGW, ABS or API 609-0068. The manufacturing facilities are certified by the ISO 9001, which ensures high quality of the products and their durability, as well as the meeting of safety regulations. Product related and country specific certificates can be found in the product sections and also in the certificates section on our website.

The company headquarters, as well as the manufacturing facilities, is located in Olomouc, Czech Republic. The network of our branches all over the world ensures the export of products and services to more than 50 countries. You can find the company branches in Banska Bystrica (Slovakia), Smolensk (Russia), Salvador (Brasil), Singapore and Beijing (China). Moreover, we have direct sales representatives and dealer offices in numerous countries around Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia&Pacific and Latin America.

Quality assurance and control at ABO
Quality control is a top priority at ABO so during the production process, we employ several stages of quality control:
1. Quality control of incoming materials and components
Incoming materials undergo several types of analysis - for example material analysis, hardness analysis or porosity analysis. Further analysis is carried out in cooperation with external laboratories and certification authorities.

2. In-production quality control
During the production stage, all machined components are being checked for accuracy. For this measurement, CNC controlled 3D machines are used (Contura G2 RDS 1000). Designated specialists are able to measure very effectively complex machined parts in a quick and reliable way via self-generating measure programs. Before serial production is started, the first piece of each series is checked on the CNC controlled 3D machines. In case of positive result, serial production gets started. Random checks are performed on the running production. Results from all relevant measurements get recorded by quality inspection workers. After evaluation of all results recorded, long term actions are suggested by our professionals. This approach enables us to achieve continuous improvement in our production process.

3. Assembly inspection
ABO quality standards require that every single piece of valve passes a tightness test performed by assembly line operators and randomly checked by independent quality workers. Tightness tests at ABO are performed under standard conditions acc. PED 97/23/ES. ABO testing procedures also comply with API 598, EN 12266 and GOST R. Tightness tests according to other standards can be provided upon customer request.

4. Final inspection
At ABO, final quality inspection is performed after complete valves are handed over from the assembly line but before they are made available for expedition by the packaging and storage department. During the final inspection process, finished valves are inspected for conformity with customer requirements. This check is performed by auditors who are independent the production department, and only after conformity is confirmed, valves are released for expedition.

Adhering to these strict quality assurance and control standards has helped us to keep non-conformities to an absolute minimum.