Fluid Controls Ltd is one of the UK’s leading distributors for pressure control

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About Us

Fluid Controls Ltd was founded in 1988, as a distributor of high quality pressure control equipment to the Oil and Gas industries. Since then, we have grown considerably, adding strength to our portfolio and establishing ourselves as preferred suppliers to many world-leading manufacturers and blue chip companies. Specialists in pressure management, Fluid Controls supplies to a broad range of industries, and we are now one of the UK’s leading distributors for pressure control.

As a fully accredited ISO9001:2015 company, Fluid Controls has a strong commitment to quality. Our dedication to maintain the highest standards is consistent throughout everything we approach, from telephone manner and technical advice, right through to the products we supply and aftersales support. Fluid Controls aims to continually exceed the expectations of our customers and provide a service that is unmatched by any of our competitors.

Although we are proud to call ourselves Fluid Controls, our distribution network extends nationwide. So, we can supply our extensive range of valves and instrumentation – from the likes of Parker, Bürkert, WIKA, Veriflo, Proportion-Air and Thompson Valves – you quickly and conveniently, wherever you are in the UK, at the best prices available.

Our Services

Fluid Controls endeavours to put our customers at the heart of our business. As such, we aim to provide a wide range of exceptional services for customers across all industries. We pride ourselves on the high-quality services that we provide, including:

• Full installation and service facility for all products supplied.
• Parker Safety at Work Training.
• Full pressure test and repair facility.
• Cylinder regulators and assemblies.
• In-house/On-site training.
• Full technical back-up on all products supplied.

Our markets

As Fluid Controls supplies such an extensive selection of first-rate products, from a number of respected manufacturers, we can supply to a broad cross-section of different markets. Some of these include chemical, medical, offshore and more. Here is a full, but by no means exhaustive, list of the markets that Fluid Controls can supply to:

• Analytical
• Automotive
• Brewery
• Chemical
• Environmental Monitoring
• Industrial Processes
• Medical
• Pharmaceutical
• Power Generation
• Semiconductor
• Offshore

Call Fluid Controls today on +44(0)118 970 2060 or email fluid@fluidcontrols.co.uk for more information about our products and services.

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