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Kirloskar Brothers Ltd launches Tamper Proof Kinetic Air Valve Print E-mail
Written by Vivek   
Tuesday, 27 September 2011
Pune: Kirloskar Brothers Limited (KBL), a global fluid management company, has launched a Tamper Proof Kinetic Air Valve at its valve manufacturing facility in Kondhapuri near Pune in India.

The valve is suitable for water, sewage and effluent application. It has a specially designed cowl that prevents unauthorized access to the large orifice ball. The use of non-clogging and self sealing technology in the valve ensures trouble free operation and enhanced life. To cater to the specific requirements, KBL can custom-make these aesthetically designed valves in various pressure ratings and wide range of material of construction.

"KBL is the leader in fluid management. In the past the company has delivered many energy efficient pumps, valves and systems that have ensured huge benefits to the customers and society at large," said P.B. Tupe Additional City Engineer - Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation.

Theft of water by tampering the supply line valves or by any other means results in huge water wastage and imposes a huge cost on water authorities and customers. The Tamper Proof Kinetic Air Valve is likely to bring a positive change in the water management sector by eliminating these problems.

"Through this innovation, KBL is addressing the key issue of environment cleanliness and water wastage. I am confident that this product will ensure better utilization of our most precious resource," said Vinod Bodhankar, President - Jalbiradari Pune District and a renowned water conservationist.

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