Valve Repair Service

Our capabilities range from the smallest regulators to the largest control valves and all the support expertise that is required to assure that the critical specifications are met and customer requirements are fulfilled.

Whether you have valve that doesn't work, or you need one that does, we can help provide you with a solution.

All valves repaired by Twilight Services are put through a systematic procedure to ensure total quality control and customer satisfaction.

When Received:

  • All information is entered on computer for an Initial Scope Report.
  • Repair instructions for valve are obtained from the customer and entered onto the computer before the valve is disassembled, pre-disassembly diagnostics are available upon request.
  • Valve is disassembled and cleaned to customer's repair requirements.
  • Valve Disassembly Inspection Report is completed and estimate prepared.
  • Valve condition and repair costs are communicated to customer.

  • On Approval:

  • Parts are ordered from appropriate party (customer preference).
  • Repairable metal parts are reconditioned.
  • All parts are inspected by our Quality Control Department before any installation begins.
  • Valve is then reassembled and oriented as received.

  • On Completion:

  • Valves are tested to O.E.M. specifications (i.e.. seat leakage, operational test and hydro test).
  • Tests are witnessed by a Quality Control Inspector.
  • Assembly Report completed on computer.
  • Valve is packaged for shipping with all reports including: Initial Scope, Disassembly, Reassembly, Parts Used, and Valve Testing.

  • Shutdown

    We have the ability to do large scale in-house plant maintenance - shut downs with each and every valve going through the Twilight Services repair procedure and meet customer requirements.

    On-Site / In House

    Twilight Services has many years of experience repairing various types of control valves, actuators, and instruments.

    Trim Repair

    Send us your used trim, and we can repair it to 'like new' conditions. This includes machining, welding, and applying special coatings. If the trim cannot be repaired it can be replaced with a new manufactured product.