PVI, Europe's leading manufacturer of fully customizable butterfly and ball valves from DN8 to DN3000 (cast iron, steel, stainless steel, duplex, super duplex, AlCu, etc.).
Founded in 1849, the company started as a foundry and mechanical engineering plant for the sugar industry and developed the manufacture of copper pipes. It then began producing valves in 1929 to meet the needs of sugar factories.
Today, the company is named PVI (Picardie Valves Industries) and has been manufacturing a wide range of high quality, high performance industrial valves for over 90 years, including butterfly valves (lined or metal), ball valves (carbon steel and stainless steel), control valves (anti-cavitation type) and pressure relief valves.
The company now employs more than 118 people to manage all aspects of industrial valves: shot blasting, painting, machining, welding, assembly, packaging, etc.
We have an international presence by operating in more than 70 countries throughout the world. We currently export more than 50% of our production to the 5 continents.
History of the company
Since its creation in 1849, the company has undergone many changes and now operates as PVI (Picardie Valves Industries), part of the LK Hydraulics group
|2019||PVI is now part of the LK Hydraulics Group|
|2017||PVI, Picardie Valves Industries (Altifort Group)|
|2012||Merger between Tyco Flow Control and Pentair (Pentair Group)|
|1999||Acquisition by Tyco Flow Control (Tyco Group)|
|1990||Alsthom Fluid SAPAG|
|1986||Gri-SAPAG (Alsthom GEC Group)|
|1972||PAM (Groupe Pont-à-Mousson)|
|1929||Creation of the company Ateliers de Saint-Sulpice|
List of names previously held by the company: Basset et C°, Bédu-Gondry, Guénin, Ateliers de Saint-Sulpice, COGERO, COMAP, Pont-à-Mousson, Gri-Sapag, Alsthom Fluid Sapag, Griss-Sapag, Tyco Flow Control, Pentair Valves and Control, PVI.