Singer Valve Inc.
Since 1957, Singer Valve has been designing, manufacturing and distributing pilot-operated diaphragm control valves. With innovative technologies, the company provides solutions for water-loss management, water conservation and urban water and wastewater distribution throughout the world. By using quality materials and testing every valve and pilot before it is shipped, Singer Valve has an unprecedented track record for long-lasting, easy-to-maintain solutions that work upon installation.

Address

12850 87th Avenue
Surrey, BC V3W 3H9
Canada
Phone: 604.594.5404
Fax: 604.594.8845

Products + Services

The PGM control valve with integrated single rolling diaphragm (SRD) gives users a valve that comes with the integral backup and remote control for sensitive applications that are hard to access. The valve also provides smooth, steady and precise pressure management from maximum to virtually zero flow. The control valve with the SRD technology is available in sizes from 6 to 26 in. more
  • The PGM control valve with integrated single rolling diaphragm (SRD) gives users a valve that comes with the integral backup and remote control for sensitive applications that are hard to access. The valve also provides smooth, steady and precise pressure management from maximum to virtually zero flow. The control valve with the SRD technology is available in sizes from 6 to 26 in. more
  • The 106/206 PGM Series control valves feature single rolling diaphragm (SRD) technology and are designed for particularly sensitive applications or situations in which valves are difficult to access and maintain. They provide an integral backup control and the ability to signal should the desired function move off limits. It can also provide an independent and very positive override. more
  • The 106-PR-SM and 206-PR-SM series control valves are engineered for use wherever pressure-reducing valve failure is unacceptable. These valves have a second, independent operating system that is superimposed upon the standard primary system. With the assurance of a backup system, maintenance schedules may be extended, as pressures will continue to be controlled—even in the event of failure with... more
  • The ZS strainer is designed to protect control valves and pipelines from foreign matter and debris in the flow stream. Manufactured in corrosion-resistant stainless steel, the large-area Z plate is designed to provide smooth laminar flow, which is ideal for locations ahead of automatic control valves. The ZS strainer is supplied with flushing ports on both sides, along with an air bleed... more
  • Singer Valve’s 420-DC/AC automated pilot control provides a reliable, simple and cost-effective solution to automate water systems. This innovative pilot control is suitable for all of the company's valve sizes, and offers programmable span and speed control via USB cable and software. The IP68 approved pilot control offers predicable accuracy, and quick troubleshooting and maintenance. more
  • The Singer Model 106-SPI-MV is a single point insertion electromagnetic flowmeter, installed and calibrated in conjunction with a Singer valve to provide an accurate flow rate that can be utilized with the metering valve as a standalone option or built into a 106-2SC-PCO pilot system to provide complete flow-based valve control. more
  • The 106-RPS-RR and 206-RPS-RR surge anticipating relief on rate of rise valves are based on the 106-PG and 206-PG main valves. Each valve is installed downstream of the pump check valve(s) and has two pilots—the 81-RP and the 81-RPD. Both pilots sense pressure through a connection to the header pipe. The 81-RP high-pressure pilot acts as a standard relief pilot, opening on excessive pressure... more
  • The 106-AC series control valve is designed to solve high pressure-drop problems by allowing smooth control and protection from cavitation damage. It is ideal for applications in which large pressure differentials preclude the use of standard automatic control valves and varying flows make orifice plates ineffective. more
  • The Model A106-DL-Air is a compact sewage relief valve that is suitable for pressures up to 200 psi, responds very quickly and retains all the features and benefits of the Model A106-DL spring-hydraulic version. It is an attractive solution to what may be an otherwise difficult application due to high pressures or space limitations. The Model A106-DL-Air-ET retains all the features and benefits... more
  • The 106-PR and 206-PR series pressure-reducing valves are based on the 106-PG and 206-PG main valves. The pilot valves sense the downstream pressure through a connection at the valve outlet. Under flowing conditions, the pilot reacts to small changes in pressure to control the valve position by modulating the pressure above the diaphragm. The downstream pressure is maintained steadily at the... more
  • The 106-PFC/206-PFC pressure modulation valve is a pressure-reducing valve with a special patented pilot that increases downstream pressure as flow increases. The PFC valve alters and controls pressure with flow to create virtually constant pressure at the critical pressure point in a system. It will also automatically adjust for distribution friction losses. This PFC valve will deliver... more
  • The 106-RPS and 206-RPS pressure relief valves are based on the 106-PG and 206-PG main valves. The 81-RP pilot senses the upstream pressure through a connection to the valve inlet. The valve and pilot remain closed until the inlet pressure exceeds the pilot setting. The valve opens rapidly to relieve damaging overpressure and closes smoothly at an adjustable speed when the pressure returns below... more
  • The A106-DL sewage pressure-relief valve is a direct-acting spring-loaded relief valve. It is adjusted to open when the pressure exceeds the set point, which is approximately 10% greater than the normal operating pressure; it closes drip-tight when pressure falls below the set point. The A106-DL is connected on a tee off the main line and usually discharges relief flow back to the main sump to... more
  • The 106-A-Type 2 and 206-A-Type 2 altitude control valves are based on the 106-PG and 206-PG main valves and are ideal for maintaining a preset maximum water level. Each valve functions as a two-position control valve—either fully open or fully closed. The Type 2 valves allow normal forward flow to fill the reservoir to the maximum level and then closes drip-tight at the set point. They open to... more
  • The 106-EF-8837BX and 206-EF-8837BX excess flow valves are based on the 106-PT and 206-PT double-chamber main valves. Each valve is designed to shut off tightly when flow exceeds a predetermined amount. The 625-RPD pilot senses the pressure drop of the valve and closes it when the tripping flow is reached; the typical pressure drop at tripping is 5 psi (0.35 bar). more
  • The Singer models 106-2SC-PCO and 206-2SC-PCO dual solenoid electronic valves are based on the Singer model 106-PG and 206-PG main valves. The flow into and out of the upper operating chamber is controlled by the two pilot solenoids. The electronic control determines whether the opening or closing solenoid is operated. The change in valve position depends upon which solenoid is operated and the... more

Videos

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A Common Good

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Taking Off the Pressure

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Containing Cavitation

The reservoir filling station at Pittsfield Township, Mich., provides water to about 39,000 people, with needs that vary from industrial and commercial to urban and... more

Omani City Contends with Water Storage Challenge

Salalah is a coastal city in Oman, about 1,500 km south of Dubai. Although the beautiful city has an average population of 200,000, tourists flock there for its... more

Slimming Down

Yarra Valley Water (YVW) is the largest of Melbourne’s three water corporations, providing water supply and sewerage services to more than 1.7 million people and... more

Guide to Eliminating Pipe Bursts

There are a variety of mitigating solutions that can result in a significant decrease in the number and frequency of pipe bursts within a water utility’s distribution or... more

Taking the Mystery out of Cavitation Pilot-Operated Automatic Control Valves

This white paper will deal with cavitation solutions as they relate to valves and specifically pilot-operated automatic control valves. A high-level description of what... more

Singer Valve Appoints Head of Instrumentation and Automation

Singer Valve has announced the appointment of Ryan Spooner as manager of instrumentation and automation. “Ryan’s expertise in mechatronics, coupled with his proven... more

Singer Valve Introduces Automated Pilot Control

Singer Valve has launched the 420-DC or 420-AC Automated Pilot Control. “In this new model, we have added over-volt protection, 4-20mA feedback, O-ring sealed, explosion... more

Singer Valve Product Wins Innovation Award

Singer Valve, a manufacturer of control valves, has received an innovation award from an industry publication for the new SPI-MV—the first single-point insertion... more

Singer Valve Opens Manufacturing Plant in China

Singer Valve hosted a grand opening of a manufacturing plant in Taicang, China, complete with ceremony, plant tour and traditional Chinese banquet for close to 100... more

Sizing a Diaphragm Actuated Control Valve

There are many options and several conditions that need to be considered when purchasing the right valve for a job. The more information from the field, the better the... more

How to Choose the Right Pressure-Reducing Valve for the Job

We live in a consumer-driven economy. Very few people purchase even a box of breakfast cereal without doing plenty of online research and pricing comparisons. Before you... more

The Importance of Hands-On Control Valve Training

If you work in the water industry, you have probably seen your fair share of pipe leaks and bursts and leaking valves. Troubleshooting a valve is not as straightforward... more

How Custom Algorithms Led to a Sophisticated Flood Irrigation System

Whether you are the superintendent of quality control for your local water district or an operations manager for a federal department, your day-to-day responsibilities... more

Top 8 Things to Check When Maintaining a Pressure Reducing Valve

Like every piece of mechanical equipment we use, a control valve requires some maintenance. Because budgets are stretched and time is tight, it can be tempting to ignore... more

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