DeZURIK/APCO/HILTON
DeZURIK/APCO/HILTON is a global leader in manufacturing valves for water treatment, water distribution and sewage treatment, as well as pulp and paper, chemical and petrochemical, mining and other process industries. With over 250 years of combined history, the DeZURIK, APCO, HILTON and Willamette brands are recognized worldwide for high-quality products, superior performance and innovation. From the introduction of the Eccentric Plug Valve in 1928 to the newest innovations in Air Valves, AWWA Butterfly Valves, Check Valves, Gate Valves, Ball Valves, Cone Valves and Eccentric Plug Valves, we remain at the forefront of technology and provide effective solutions for our customers.

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250 Riverside Ave N
Sartell, MN 56377
United States
Phone: 320-259-2000
Fax: 320-259-2227

Product Categories

Valves, Air-Relief; Valves, Butterfly; Valves, Check; Valves, Plug; Valves

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