Strahman Valves Launches New Site

March 18, 2009

Strahman Valves announced the launch of its new e-commerce site -- -- designed specifically to simplify the ordering process for industrial customers. 

"It is our intention to have the site eliminate much of the time and paperwork involved with fax orders while helping us streamline service to our customers,"  said Kevin Carroll, vice president – Wash Down Business Unit & Marketing.

The site includes Strahman's line of Mixing Units, Spray Nozzles, Hoses, and Sampling Valves.

"Similar to other online shopping sites, the customer need only click on the graphic of the photo he is interested in, and a full product description, including pricing, will come up," adds Carroll.  "The customer then merely needs to add the product to his shopping cart and proceed to electronic check out to complete the order."

In addition to its online store shopping capability, the Strahman Valves' site includes a literature section where customers can either download or order brochures and product sheets. There is also a way to access customer support, and a rep locator for finding national and international sales representatives who are close to their facilities.

Headquartered in Bethlehem, Pa., Strahman Valves manufactures Wash Down Equipment and Industrial Valve products.  

Sponsored Recommendations

Heat Recovery: Turning Air Compressors into an Energy Source

More than just providing plant air, they're also a useful source of heat, energy savings, and sustainable operations.

Controls for Industrial Compressed Air Systems

Master controllers leverage the advantages of each type of compressor control and take air system operations and efficiency to new heights.

Discover Your Savings Potential with the Kaeser Toolbox

Discover your compressed air station savings potential today with our toolbox full of calculators that will help you determine how you can optimize your system!

The Art of Dryer Sizing

Read how to size compressed air dryers with these tips and simple calculations and correction factors from air system specialists.