Singer Valve is committed to conserving water. Since 1957, our pilot operated diaphragm control valves have been installed on virtually every continent around the world. Whether it is water loss management in Southeast Asia, water conservation concerns in Saudi Arabia or urban distribution demands in the United States, we provide water loss management solutions to governments, cities, companies and contractors around the world. Many of the innovative products we offer are ones that have been born out of our inherent desire to solve unique water loss challenges. Our team of electronic, instrumentation and control valve specialists relentlessly innovate solutions that work for you.

Company details

12850 – 87th Avenue , Surrey , BC V3W 3H9 Canada

Locations Served

Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Water and Wastewater - Pipes and Piping
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)
Year Founded:
1957
Employees:
11-100

This company also provides solutions for agricultural applications.
Please, visit their profile in agriculture-xprt.com for more info.

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Singer Valve designs and manufactures automatic control valves for the global water industry. Since 1957, our pilot operated diaphragm control valves have been installed on virtually every continent around the world. Whether it is water loss management in Southeast Asia, water conservation concerns in Saudi Arabia or urban distribution demands in the United States, we provide water management solutions to governments, cities, companies and contractors around the world.

Many of our innovative products are ones that have been born out of our inherent desire to solve an application challenge. Presented with a problem, our team of electronic, instrumentation and control valve specialists are relentless in their research and design until they find a solution. Some of our innovative products include:

Our Vision
To be the preferred provider of the most innovative, reliable water control solutions in the world

Our Mission
We are innovative designers and manufacturers of high quality differentiated control valves with excellent technical support and service to our customers

How Singer Valve Began
In 1957, Ernst Singer developed a small domestic regulator for water systems and began conducting business as Singer Valve. To protect its source of regulators, a Vancouver company purchased Singer Valve a few years later. As a result, Singer Valve grew, increasing its product line and expanding its market.

In 1986, Singer Valve was purchased by its current owners. Our product line was streamlined to focus on our core expertise—automatic control valves.

Today, we are a leader in the water industry, designing and manufacturing automatic control valves that are distributed and installed around the world.

Singer Valve is proud to hold a wide range of regulatory approvals to meet the requirements of your application. Not all regulatory requirements are available in all sizes and model combinations. Singer Valve will provide approval details upon request.

Regulatory requirements must be specified at time of order for correct processing and labelling. Processing fees may apply.

Singer Valve castings are based on ANSI Class 150 or 300 standards and drilled as per ANSI B16.42 or threaded NPT. Class 150 are machined flat faced while class 300 are machined raised face. ANSI standard dimensions are presented in this catalogue in US Units (inches) and Metric Units (millimetres). Also available are ANSI flanges drilled to ISO 2531 / BS4504 PN10, PN16, PN25, PN40, or threaded BSPT. ISO standard dimensions are presented in the product catalogue in US Units (inches) and Metric Units (millimetres). Australian Standard AS4087 machined to Class 16 or Class 35.

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Our Commitment to the Environment

At Singer Valve, we care about the environment. After all, we’re in the water conservation business, assisting water utilities worldwide to reduce water loss and leakage. But, our concern goes beyond our products and solutions. We are committed to implementing sustainable manufacturing processes and environmentally-friendly office practices on a daily basis. Why? Just as every drop of water counts toward conservation, the way we handle every piece of paper, every ounce of metal and every litre of oil counts toward preserving and protecting the environment. For us, being green means staying green.  

Our efforts include:

  • recycling target materials
  • a separating, recovering process of waste fluids
  • reducing, reusing and recycling programs