Founded by a hairdresser in 1947, in the wake of the Second World War, PeterPaul was a family business (and it still is) that only had six employees. Since then, the company has grown to employ nearly 200 workers, split between a production facility in New Britain, CT, and Fajardo, Puerto Rico.
PeterPaul specializes in the construction of high-end pneumatic products, and they are best known for their valves. The company offers two-way valves, three-way valves, valves meant for hazardous media, high-pressure valves, and much more.
All of PeterPaul’s valves are built to rigorous quality standards, and each of the products is tested thoroughly before being sent on to the customer. This ensures that PeterPaul’s products are used in a wide range of industries ranging from a simple espresso machine all the way to a massive oil rig.
PeterPaul prides themselves on the improved longevity and excellent flow that their valves provide to the customer. The vast majority of PeterPaul’s products are full made in-house, which ensures that the company has the final word when it comes to the quality of their products.
The company also makes an effort to keep their valve PSI ratings conservative, which means that they are typically underrated. This gives you more value for your dollar, but it also makes these valves more durable relative to models that would be operating closer to their peak pressure rating.
One of PeterPaul’s main specialties is in hazardous location valves, with models available for high-pressure and low-pressure applications, as well as high- and low-flow use.
Safety and quality are the two pillars on which PeterPaul is built, and they are both essential when creating valves that may be used in critical applications such as medicine and heavy industry.