MOGAS Industries, Inc.
Phone: 281-449-0291
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Houston, TX 77039
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MOGAS Industries provides isolation and control valve solutions and engineering services for severe service applications in power, mining, oil & gas, refining, chemical/petrochemical and specialty industries. Severe service is defined as: extreme temperatures • high pressures • abrasive particulates • acidic products • heavy solids build-up • critical plant safety • large pressure differentials • velocity control • and noise control.

Our portfolio of products includes floating and trunnion ball designs for quarter-turn isolation, with custom trim designs for flow control. Valve sizes range from 1/2 to 42 inch, and pressure classes up to ASME 4500.

Known for partnering with its customers to meet the ever-increasing challenges of severe-service applications, MOGAS engineering services are available for project support, offering application-specific valve designs and pre-engineered valve systems. Complete product support include a totally customizable valve purchase and service plan.

Continuous years of research and development, design innovation, advanced manufacturing techniques and field experience allow us to offer an application-specific PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE on our isolation and control valves…plus a lifetime warranty on materials and workmanship.

MOGAS is a global company. You will find authorized sales and repair centers in China, Australia, Canada, South America, Africa, The Middle East and Europe that are staffed with MOGAS-trained technicians who provide the same high level of service, on-site assistance and engineering support found at our corporate service center in Houston.

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