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Valentina Santo

Hydralok sales support

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  • Italian speaking
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Daniel Keevill

Hydralok logistics & sales coordinator

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Katherine Séverin

Wells Valves Sales

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Edgar Zablockij

Engineering

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Chris Last

Production

Company history

Hydralok is a British engineering and manufacturing company whose two areas of business are the manufacturing  of hose assembly products and the production of a range of high-pressure valves, filters, instrumentation and associated equipment for several diverse industries under the brand name Wells Valves.

The company has 20 years of experience in exporting and exports over 50% of their products directly to more than 60 countries worldwide. In addition, Hydralok has supplied nearly all the major Hose and Fitting manufacturers in the World. The Hydralok product range includes Swaging, Cutting and Skiving machines of up to a 2” capacity. It has been in production for over fifty years, the current range being manufactured since 1995. In 2016 Hydralok was acquired by IMM Hydraulics, part of the Interpump group. It now resides under Interpump Fluid Solutions, providing service line machinery as part of Interpump Fluid Solutions complete package of products for the hydraulics market. It is now manufactured at Hydraloks main production site in Bristol.

Hydralok products are ideally suited to the Distribution network and service markets, designed to be universally compatible with most brands of hose and fittings we have a flexible approach to clients’ requirements and machines can been branded with specific die ranges, labels and colours to suit customers needs.

The company Wells Valves was created in the 1950’s by Stephen Wells and produced valves for military equipment. Over the years the applications of the valves expanded to cover areas such as oil refinery, chemical plants, power stations and commercial aircraft. Having bought the world famous Wells Valves in 1989 under the name Endeavour International. Wells Valves launched their new range of electronically controlled Valves, which have evolved into their current large range of products.