Surrey, BC, October 8 2015 – Singer Valve, a leading manufacturer of control valves has launched MetroH2O, a first in online education for control valves. Mark Gimson, Marketing & Business Development Manager for Singer Valve said, “We have had a great response from customers who are using MetroH2O as a training refresher for their operators. We are hoping to also get an engineering post-secondary institution on board, to give students a more in depth understanding of control valves.” Control valves for the most part have standard common features that MetroH2O shows in operation through animation.
When a user accesses the Singer Valve website, MetroH2O is at the forefront showcasing 11 different valves that are commonly found in city waterworks. By clicking on a valve, the user can see where the valve fits in the system and a further detailed animation of how it operates with pressure fluctuations, flow changes, level variations and pump and surge control. There are also specification sheets and operating guides for users that need to design, maintain or operate the valve.
MetroH2O is a free resource available at www.singervalve.com or can be downloaded by request for stand-alone situations where Internet connectivity is not readily available. As an online tool, MetroH2O is scalable and will continue to evolve with more interactive features and additional equipment that can found in a water distribution system.
About Singer Valve
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. Singer Valve’s electronic division provides instrumentation and control solutions to manage unique applications. For more information, go to www.singervalve.com