As a specialist and fast-growing company, we know that talented people are essential to maintaining our success in the future.
To underpin our ambitious growth plans we attract, retain and reward people of the highest calibre. We work to develop our people and to give them satisfying and financially rewarding careers.
We are a small tight team, which is growing all the time. For the right people there are always opportunities at the Force Group.
So, whether you’re a service engineer, an ambitious sales achiever or an efficient administrator please contact us to seek new exciting challenges and have a look at the opportunities we currently have available.
Valveforce Limited has been awarded accreditation from Alcumus SafeContractor for achieving excellence in health and safety in the workplace.
Alcumus SafeContractor is a leading third party accreditation scheme which recognises extremely rigorous standards in health and safety management amongst contractors. It is used by thousands of organisations in the UK including SMEs and FTSE 100 companies.
Valveforce’s application for SafeContractor accreditation was driven by the need for a uniform standard across the business. The accreditation will enhance the company’s ability to win new contracts, and its commitment to safety will be viewed positively by its insurers when the company liability policy is up for renewal.
Gemma Archibald, Director of Alcumus SafeContractor said: “Major organisations simply cannot afford to run the risk of employing contractors who are not able to prove that they have sound health and safety policies in place.”
“More companies need to understand the importance of adopting good risk management in the way that Valveforce Limited has done. The firm’s high standard has set an example which hopefully will be followed by other companies within the sector. SafeContractor plays a vital role in supporting our clients in meeting their compliance needs, whilst working with their contractors as they progress through the accreditation process.
Whilst we’re currently enjoying the glorious weather, we know temperatures will soon drop. When heating systems are turned back on within hospitals, they can often be problematic with mechanical, steam and valve issues. So now is a great time to do your plant room winter preparation.
Mechanical issues include:
Calorifier bundles get clogged up or split and need to be repaired or cut back
Plate heat exchangers leak and often require new gaskets or plate packs
Pipework can often split and have significant leaks and therefore need replacing
Steam and valve issues due to the colder weather include:
Increased condensate load will quickly expose trapping problems, causing safety issues, risking damage and costing money
Hardening old rubber internals can cause leaks, which worsen over time and need to be repaired or replaced
Actuators and control loops can prove very problematic with varying temperatures and need fine tuning
At The Force Group we are a dedicated multi-disciplinary team with product specialists you can count upon in supporting the NHS. We are committed to providing the NHS with a comprehensive range of products and supporting services, specifically focused to the Hospital industry. This is backed up by outstanding technical service, a problem-solving approach and overall a higher level of partner performance.
We offer a fully comprehensive range of products and complementary services for Valves, Heat Exchangers, Controls & Instrumentation and Pumps. We have four companies under the Force Group each with a specific technical focus on specific products within industry. Our aim is to fully align ourselves to what our customers are asking us for: dedicated expertise and cost-effective solutions to support them on or off site.
Here’s what a few of our NHS clients are saying:
“Valveforce are a pleasure to deal with, they understood my technical problem and gave a solution under my budget” (Estates Manager)
“…the site visit from Valveforce highlighted areas that saved me and my team hours each week. Great service” (Maintenance Manager)
“…the professionalism of the Valveforce team was a breath of fresh air and I’m delighted with the improvements and recommendations they made” (Energy Manager)
We offer a full Turnkey Solution providing dedicated support on or off-site to help the major assets in industry with:
Consultation and Design | Specification and Supply | Installation and Commissioning | Overhaul and Repair | Service and Maintenance
Please call us on 0121 711 1908 to discuss your requirements, we’d be happy to help.
Valveforce have received the following letter from an NHS Foundation Trust
This is to confirm you are currently contracted to undertake ongoing work for NHS Foundation Trust.
The work you carry out is essential to the provision of safe, quality care to patients. It is, therefore, considered that those contracted to provide services, through you, in the context of the Trust’s response to COVID-19, are key workers.
Please accept this letter as confirmation of our requirement for your workers to continue to undertake contracted work, as required, and to be classed as key workers. You may issue this letter to any member of your staff fulfilling a contract for us as proof of their keyworker status. It is imperative that this is only provided to those people contracted or subcontracted to our contracts.
This letter is valid until the end of May 2020 in the first instance and may extended subject to the situation at that time.
How to contact Valveforce
Please contact us on the details below, we’re here to help.
The Force Group (Valveforce, Controlsforce, Heatxforce) remains open for business to provide our usual service to the UK’s essential operating services (Hospitals & Healthcare, Food & Beverage, Energy). Following the Government announcement of a country-wide lock down, we remain closely aligned to the Government instructions for UK businesses at this time.
Where possible, our employees are working from home, but our workshop remains open to complete essential work and our engineers are available to attend site.
Please contact us on the details below, we’re here to help.
Whilst we have social distancing and therefore limited access to sites, we are still being asked to help our customers out.
What could be a great idea is if you have video camera on your phone and access to Skype or WhatsApp, you can show us the problems you are experiencing onsite. We can discuss this with you and try to resolve the issues from afar.
Our phone number for that would be 07958 333 020. Please don’t be shy and use our service, we are here to help. Thank you.
As one of the largest industries in the world the paper and pulp industry demands reliability and high-quality valves. This is where Valveforce can help! Valveforce are Paper and Pulp Valve Specialists and understands that Pulp and Paper mill applications require valves that are able to handle the corrosive environment.
The industry need reliable flow control products, that can handle corrosive liquids with little to no maintenance or downtime. Valveforce’s expertise can tailor your needs to suit your system requirements.
SOMAS Valve sole distributor
As the sole distributor for Somas valves, Valveforce have an extensive knowledge of the market as Somas had developed and manufactured valves and other equipment specifically designed for the paper and pulp industry. These valves and applications contain acid proof stainless steel for protection from potentially damaging substances.
Due to the long production runs and the need for uninterrupted services that the paper and pulp industry costly valve failure can cause undesirable consequences due to the shutting down of the process.
Valveforce can save you time and money!
As Paper and Pulp Valve Specialists, Valveforce can offer a varied range of products to suit your applications. We can provide expert technical advice for the steam & condensate system and offer solutions for your specific requirements both in terms of design, material and installation.
Given the changes the paper and pulp industry is facing companies need to get a tighter grip operation costs. We can make large savings by helping with valve selection and introducing uniformity, interchangeability and reducing spares stock.
To find out more about how we can help you, read our Paper and Pulp broadsheet.
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If you want to reduce maintenance costs, lower energy consumption and create higher productivity please contact us today. Call 0121 711 1908 or email email@example.com, our team of experts are here to help.
At Valveforce we are District Heating Scheme Valve Specialists. We are committed to help combat climate change and help the UK reach the 2050 energy target set in the 2008 Climate Change Act. One way the government is looking to achieve this is via District Heating Systems which use a single centralised source to heat a network of buildings. This reduces the reliance on the regular gas boiler heating.
District heating and cooling systems are an important and environmentally friendly source of energy. The aim is to provide low carbon energy cheaply and efficiently by using waste heat by products from other sources.
District heating systems generate heat in a centralised setting and distribute across a variety of different sites. Power is mainly produced from a centralised system either biomass or Combined Heat & Power System (CHP). CHP Boilers take the heat from cooling the engine during electricity generation. This is so the heat contained in steam, can be transferred to individual buildings through pipes and via substations to heat them.
BROEN Valve Technologies
For more than 30 years BROEN have pioneered in district energy by constantly pursuing and refining valve technology and this commitment means, that BROEN blends reliability with quality to position thus are a trusted and preferred supplier for long lasting, efficient energy solutions. Valveforce finds that by partnering with BROEN they have the expertise to create safe, intelligent and lasting solutions that meet regulatory requirements.
How can Valveforce help?
Our extensive knowledge of the complete system extends from the Energy Centre, underground pipework including the main pipe isolation to the service pipe work and throughout utility plant-rooms. As District Heating Schemes are an invaluable source of energy there are increasing requirements in these markets.
The enormous power rushing through a district heating and cooling system, puts great pressure on the components. Valveforce work in partnership with the big names in Europe for district heating to provide new and more efficient solutions, specification and technical selection.
We supply many types of specific district heating valves into underground buried pipe networks, above ground distribution and terminal points.
The specific District Heating Equipment that Valveforce supplies are:
District heating welded ball valves
Tilting disc low pressure drop NRV
Isolating butterfly valves
2 and 3-way electric actuated control valves
Differential pressure control valves
Contact us today
As District Heating Scheme Valve Specialists, we have the experience and a broad product range to really benefit you. Please call us on 0121 711 1908 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss any valve related projects.
With over 40 years’ experience in manufacturing EPS bonded bead cavity wall insulation, our client is committed to creating warmer homes. They do so by improving the standard of home insulation in all properties.
Our client recently expanded and set up a new manufacturing facility in Central England, due to the continued growth of their bonded bead cavity wall insulation product range.
The process of making bonded bead cavity wall insulation requires the use of a steam generating plant. It is essential to deliver steam at critical temperatures and dryness fraction. This ensures the quality of steam being served to the continuous duty pre-expansion plant is met.
With a growing reputation as steam systems specialists, Valveforce (part of the Force group) were contacted to design the steam and condensate system. As well, the team carried out the full steam design and build project.
The Valveforce team carried out a full site assessment, a detailed steam and condensate system design, plus all the necessary mechanical and electrical installation works. Examples of equipment used included steam bellow sealed stop valves, pressure reducing valves, temperature control valves and condensate steam traps.
During the installation of the steam boiler plant, the Valveforce team carried out the oil feed installation to the burner, boiler water mains feed, blowdown vessel & safety valves vents and drains. This ensured that our client had one preferred installer, and specialist steam system team on board.
Specialist attention was given to the critical temperature of the plant. Valveforce ensured that there was a carefully selected steam separator and condensate drainage. This helped to ensure the driest levels of steam was produced.
Valveforce delivered the project on time and within budget, working alongside the site engineering team. During the build of the overall project, there were a couple of technical areas that needed to be addressed. However, we were able to offer their support and expertise.
Before and after photos
If you have a requirement for steam and condensate system installation, please contact Valveforce on 0121 711 1908. We would be very happy to discuss your project in detail.