IEDCO selected as exclusive distributor for Italian valve company

Industrial Equipment & Design Company, IEDCO, has been chosen to be the exclusive North American distributor of MEI Valvole Industriali, a premier Italian manufacturer of valves for the Pharmaceutical, Chemical and Food industries.

MEI offers a line of valves that set the standard in low-maintenance, hygiene and simplicity for the handling of powders, granules, tablets and liquids in the hygiene conscious industries. Available with manual or powered actuators, the valves are available as Butterfly, Rotary and Tablet.

MEI Valves and Valve Technologies are currently being used by a wide range of industries throughout the world. Specifically designed to meet the stringent sanitary requirements of the pharmaceutical, cosmetic, biotech, food and fine chemical industries, these valves are available in diameters ranging from 4” to 12” with sanitary tri-clamp connections.

Each style of valve is designed to be quickly and easily cleaned by the operator without the use of tools, and are available in a variety of materials (316 stainless steel the standard) and configurations.

To learn more about MEI Valves, as well as IEDCO’s other products and services, please call 856-218-7330 or visit our website for FREE catalog downloads:

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