NFPA Company Profile: Control Line Equipment

Introducing NFPA Company Profiles for NFPA News

A short profile of an NFPA Member is a new feature for the NFPA News.  NFPA membership is at an all-time high and this is just one way for us to highlight the diversity and strength of our industry. Today’s Company is Control Line Equipment.

control-line-equipmentBased in Cleveland, OH, Control Line Equipment designs and manufactures pneumatic piloted and solenoid operated valves in 1/4″ through 1/2″ sizes, pneumatic counting devices, hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders in 3/8″ through 2-1/2″ bore in tie rod and non-tie rod styles, pneumatic clamping cylinders in 2″, 3″ and 4″ bores, hydraulic checking cylinders, modular hydraulic hand pumps and heavy duty process type valves. The company’s other main activity is to design and manufacture “non-catalog” components for distributor and OEM accounts. They serve a wide range of markets, such as underground mining, aircraft ground support, semiconductor, agricultural, and industrial. NFPA members since 1983—over 30 years, President Mike Rotella regularly attends both the NFPA Industry and Economic Outlook Conference as well as the Annual Conference. The company also finds great value in the monthly State of the Fluid Power Industry Survey.

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