Sabre acquires Dublok valve range

Following the addition of the Dublok range of multi-valve assemblies, Sabre Instrument Valves Ltd now offers a more extended range of instrument valves, manifolds, piping valves and instrumentation protection systems for the international petrochemical and process industries.
Established in 1983, Dublok is a specialist in the integration of multiple valves within a single, modular housing, thereby saving space, weight and cost whilst reducing potential leak paths. The current range includes ball, needle, globe, gate and check valves with full or reduced bores, in single and double block-&-bleed configurations and with a wide variety of connection options. Complementary to the current Sabre portfolio, it enables the group to offer a series valve solutions for instrumentation and process piping from 1/4″ to 8″ nominal bore. Dublok valve applications include primary isolation, chemical injection and instrument loop take-off points, together with drain, gauge and sampling points for topside, subsea and onshore facilities.
The acquisition of Dublok by Sabre was formalised last year, and all stock, assembly and testing facilities have now been transferred to Sabre Valves’ manufacturing headquarters in Altrincham, Cheshire, UK. The company operates design and manufacturing systems accredited to ISO 9001 and also holds accreditation to the environmental standard ISO 14001.

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