12 Plant Making Valves And Taps

Plant Making Valves And Taps

Posted on July 13, 2012 by team

The Slavgorodsky valve plant was founded in 1926 and has already been making pipeline fittings for more than 50 years. Initially the plant produced cast iron air valves. Upon the reconstruction in 1965 it started to specialize in production of steel stopper and control valves, condensate drains, thermodynamic and cast iron taps.

“Authorised personnel only”

Stop! High voltage!

Location: Slavgorod

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12 Responses to “Plant Making Valves And Taps”

  1. geoff says:

    I wonder what is the opperation with the blue light coming up out of metal piece which is held in a chuck. Is that what is called spark erosion?

  2. Mercal says:

    Russia has a lot of machinery industries.

  3. telorax says:


  4. (r)evolutionist says:

    Gloomy, cavernous, dim, drafty, noisy, dirty industrial factory. Know (and love) it well.

  5. Otis R. Needleman says:

    Overall, the plant looks pretty beat-up.

  6. Osip says:

    Grossly unsafe work environment. Such a place could not operate in the west.

  7. SSSR says:

    The plant has new CNC machines and not just the old ones.It is dirty and looks unsafe but it is up to date.

  8. Herman the German says:

    very good photos imho

  9. rostit says:

    Incredibly Beautiful. They must have a lot of pride for what they do. Inspiring.

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