Over the last decade, HSP has built an excellent reputation for supplying actuated valves to customers in the Oil, Gas, and Petrochemical industries. We have supplied thousands of actuated valves to customers around the world and we also provide complete engineering, project management, documentation, and after sales support.

How we help

HSP’s central approach to providing quality actuation packages is to focus on every detail of each design element. We ensure that there is no ambiguity in the technical specifications. Through our process, all parties (i.e. customers, actuator manufacturer, and valve manufacturer) are aware of all the design considerations, including site information. Aside from materials and painting specifications, we make sure that the elements of adapting the valves to the actuators are fit for the environment.

With site constraints and safety in consideration, we provide our clients the most economical solution for a project. We work with our customers to make sure the best orientation for actuators and panels; and we spend significant amounts of time with 3D models to ensure controls, panels, and valves do not interfere with walkways or other safety requirements.

In addition to ensuring customer’s infrastructure safety requirements are met, HSP also tests all valves, actuators, and actuated valves to in-house specifications as well as customer requirements. Our testing requires planning, a customer witness, and hold points.

At HSP, we are sensitive to our customer’s delivery requirements. We adhere to our customer’s delivery schedules and requirements, and also provide the appropriate documentation. It is not unusual for us to produce 5 hard copies of manufacturing records in 3 different languages within 60 days of the last delivery.

HSP continues to support our customers after we deliver valves for a project by helping the startup occur on time. This activity follows through into long term site support. We also provide 24/7 support for parts and technical advice to engineers on site.

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