Arctic Service Introduction

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Introduction

arctic service range unitBifold Fluidpower was established over a century ago as a manufacturer of steam valves and gas detection lamps for use in coal mines. We are now a leading manufacturer of electro-hydraulic and pneumatic directional control valves and accessories for use in the oil and gas industry. With the recent aquisition of Marshalsea Hydraulics, Bifold Fluidpower can now offer a large selection of pumps, pump sets and pressure intensifiers along with other high pressure stainless steel hydraulic equipment. Our state of the art manufacturing and test facilities are based in the UK with sales offices in Houston and Singapore and representatives in every continent. Through a commitment to innovation and value engineering, Bifold Fluidpower and Marshalsea Hydraulics offer leading technical solutions for control system designs whilst providing excellent service and technical support to customers around the world. Bifold Fluidpower design, develop and manufacture arctic service products for Alaska, Canada, the Caspian region, Kazakhstan, Russia and Sakhalin.

Solenoid Approvals

Bilfold Fluidpower valves are certified by several of international approved bodies such as:
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International Approvals

Approval Testing

clicham testing facilityIn obtaining a wide range of approvals Bifold Fluidpower has subjected valves to onerous tests accredited by external bodies.

State of the art testing and qualification facilities

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Valve Performance Testing

Bifold Fluidpower offer full qualification testing facilities for external and customer witness testing free of charge when significant valve package orders are placed. We have invested in state of the art climatic testing facilities. Valves are tested to the extremes of the environment required. Testing from simple valve operation to variations in actuator opening times, and pressure surges due to fluid thermal expansion as a result of a rapid temperature rise.

Sakhalin Island and the Caspian region (40° latitude)

Produe Bay (70° latitude)

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