Proco Products, Inc.
Proco Products, Inc. is the leading manufacturer of rubber duckbill check valves and rubber, Teflon, metal, and fabric connectors and expansion joints in the W/WWT industry. Proco Products operates worldwide through a global agent & distribution network providing a wide range of products & services. This allows us to service the customer during all phases of a project regardless of location. Proco's main goal is to provide quality products & superior service to the demanding global marketplace.

Address

2431 North Wigwam Drive - 95205
P.O. Box 590
Stockton, CA 95201
United States
Toll-free: 1-800-344-3246
Phone: (209)943-6088
Fax: (209)943-0242

Product Categories

Valves, Check; Valves, Water Flow Control; Pumps, Sludge Dewatering; Pipe, Expansion Joints; Pipe, Gaskets & Seals

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