One of the first.... since 1962
Founded in 1962, PERAR S.p.A. is one of the first Italian Manufacturers of High Quality Ball Valves.
The development of the company started as leading supplier in the Gas Industry for the domestic market. In the following years, PERAR S.p.A. experienced a continuous and steady growth world-wide sales, production capacity, efficiency and technological development.
Today PERAR is a leading Italian manufacturer of API6D and API6A Ball Valves for a wide variety of applications in various sectors like Oil, Gas, Petrochemical, On/Off Shore, Heavy Chemicals, etc.
Yes! We do it .... That's Perar's Production
PERAR’s production includes Ball Valves in sizes from 1/2″ to 60″, ANSI classes 150lbs to 2500lbs API6D & API6A and API 2000 to API 20000 in Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Duplex Steel, Super Duplex Steel, Alloy Steel, Incoloy-Monel, 6Mo, Titanium, etc.
The construction available are: Floating Type, Trunnion Mounted Side Entry, Trunnion Mounted Top Entry, Metal Seated, Sub-sea and Cryogenic, Bolted and Fully Welded Body.
Our process ...That's Perar Quality
The PERAR technical Research & Development is always engaged in reaching technical innovation for its products, in testing safety of valves in most severe service conditions and in advising it’s customers technically to find out the best solution to any problem.
The PERAR engineering office is equipped with the most modern CAD systems and we are seeking to develop the CAM system as well. PERAR’s plants are equipped with Computerised Numeric Controlled Machine Tool Systems, managed by highly qualified technicians and controlled by a computerised system. Final production is surveyed by qualified inspectors
That's Perar Quality: The Best Guarantee of Safety
A comprehensive Quality Assurance program in accordance with APIQ1 and ISO 9001 certified processes guides the internal organisation starting from order entry to the On Time delivery of the valves, together with required documentation and product certification,throughout the following steps:
Engineering, Design, Material Selection, Production, Testing, Delivery/Assistance.