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Replacing Your Angle Seat Valves? Why Not Upgrade to Stainless Steel?

Although brass water and steam valves have long been the standard in the laundry industry, that doesn’t mean that they’re the perfect solution.

Stainless steel valves offer several significant advantages over traditional brass valves.

It’s rare that you’ll find a parts-based solution that costs less while functioning better than your current setup. But stainless steel valves deliver on both price and performance.

R.W. Martin, in partnership with ESG USA, stands ready to help you upgrade your laundry facility equipment with stainless steel water and steam valves.

Stainless steel valves are:

Less costly—Sometimes, in business, it’s just about the bottom line. The good news with stainless steel valves is that choosing the less expensive option isn’t settling or cutting corners…it’s actually an upgrade!

Long lasting—Stainless steel is more corrosion-resistant than brass and it tolerates temperature and pressure well. Got a steam leak? Replace your brass valve with stainless steel! 

Better performing—The actuation configuration of stainless steel valves reduces water hammer and saves you the trouble of costly repairs down the road.

Versatile—You can upgrade to using stainless steel valves for all laundry equipment applications. And stainless steel is also better in situations that require FDA approval.

Stainless steel valves can be actuated using pneumatic or electrical control and are generally interchangeable with existing OEM brass valves.

When you buy valves from R.W. Martin, you’ll also gain access to ongoing support from our knowledgeable team.

And if an ESG valve fails, simply let us know. We’ll send a replacement valve at no cost to you, no questions asked. 

Interested in reducing costs while adding life to your equipment?

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Contact R.W. Martin at 800.635.4363 or at parts@rwmartin.com.

Check out our online store where you can buy angle seat valves and steam coils

And visit our full website here: www.rwmartin.com, where you can browse our complete parts catalog

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