Valve digital services

Maximizing valve performance

What is the current condition of my valve? What valves should I remove to repair? Why this valve is not performing well? Our flow control digital services offer solutions to your commonly asked questions. Valmet Valve Performance Monitoring maximizes plant reliability by predicting and preventing valve-related issues.

Maximize reliability

Minimize unplanned downtime, extend valve life and improve valve performance.

Reduce risk

Improves health, safety and environmental results

Reduce Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)

Focus maintenance resources, low cost, OpEx model

Improve valve performance

Valve data helps predict and prevent valve issues

Valve performance monitoring

Valmet valve performance monitoring field service detects devices, such as valves and instruments, that disturb the process to create a foundation for efficient maintenance planning and action prioritization. Our Valve Performance Monitoring maximizes plant reliability by predicting and preventing valve-related issues.


  • Customized turn-key service: work with your existing data and systems, including all the software, services, and reporting you need. It tracks and manages both high-level and technical KPIs.
  • Shutdown prevention alerts
  • Prioritized valve repair plan: shutdown planning based on actual valve performance, our expertise applied to your valve information.
  • Valve life extension plan
  • Stiction investigation and repair plan
  • Valve sizing recommendations
  • Valve performance training: learn to measure valve performance and how valve performance affects plant results. We also have a Valve performance work flow program available.
  • On-site investigation of valve issues: remote consulting services and access to Valmet's global valve experts


  1. Reduced total cost of ownership and extended valve life: identify sizing problems and performance issues that cause premature wear.
  2. Improved valve performance: resolve issues with excessive valve movement, valve sizing, air supply, stiction, air leakage, and configuration issues.
  3. Focused maintenance resources
  4. Improved communication, effectiveness and safety in maintenance operations: Focus attention on valves that need repair, and on ensuring valves will continue to perform until the next planned shutdown. You can make better, prioritized decisions and fix the right problems. You'll also improve your shutdown planning and get the right parts and services planned in advance. To sum it up, you'll have better daily management of valve issues.