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Comprehensive solutions for global energy and industrial markets
As a leading provider of flow equipment products, systems, and services to worldwide oil, gas, and process industries, we're there where you are with innovative solutions and practical know-how.
Leveraging our global manufacturing, engineering, and sales and service network, we work with drilling contractors, oil and gas producers, pipeline operators, refiners, and other process owners to control, direct, adjust, process, and measure pressures and flows.
Through innovative organic development and strategic acquisition, we have built a broad portfolio of ASME and API valves that services the demands of global drilling, production, pipeline, storage, transmission, and critical service applications.
Discover our valve designs and architectures.
Select the right valves and maintain them properly to help prevent fugitive emissions. View
Demand zero leakage, even with frequent operation. View
Achieve fully bidirectional, zero-leakage shutoff. View
Redefine achievable accuracy with nonintrusive line-of-sight ultrasonic flowmetering. View
Choose from a range of cast, forged, and stainless steel valves. View
Achieve reliability in pipelines, liquid bulk terminals, aviation fueling, and refining. View
Select from our wide range of products for thrust and nonthrust applications. View
Complement your valve setup with handwheels, spurs, miters, and more. View
Achieve total valve care from the valve leader.
Real-time insights about digitally enabled ORBIT valve health to help prevent process disruptions. View
Increase availability, reliability, and choke life. View
Reduce unplanned downtime by making timely, proactive decisions. View
Maximize the uptime of products in the field while minimizing the total cost-of-ownership for process owners. View
For greater flexibility and improved cost control, Cameron offers Total Valve Care (TVC) solutions. View
Minimize premature failures. View