Magnetic Valves


Leaks from TRADITIONAL VALVES  are one of industry's most critical problems.  Most leaks occur at the stem seal, with the bonnet seal, and/or ports being secondary sources.  Fugitive emissions from valves are a major source of pollution in the petrochemical industries.  Valve maintenance incurs significant costs and can cause process delays and downtime.  Safety is a big issue for steam, lethal service, nuclear, and semiconductor valves.

Previous generations of SEAL-LESS VALVES could not operate at high temperatures due to the use of internal magnets. They often had torque limitations and lacked effective methods to break free badly corroded valves. These constraints curtailed the practicality of sealed valves and this technology never went mainstream before.

ZERO LEAK Magnetic Valve Technology

Our solution completely eliminates emissions and leaks.  Magnets are only used externally around the valve enclosure and provides a magnetic flux path that completes a magnetic circuit through the inside of the valve.  The bonnet and ports can be hermetically sealed (welded or soldered shut).  There is no continuous stem leading from inside the valve to outside.  No internal valve maintenance is ever required.  Our patented asymmetric torque actuator never gets stuck and can be removed to provide "anti-tamper" security.  Operates at extreme temperatures.  Can convert all standard valve types and sizes.

"CAP & GO" Retrofit

Designed to repair and upgrade a leaking valve--without having to shut down operations or close sections of the processing line.  The retrofit quickly installs over the top of the leaking valve and converts it to a ZERO LEAK magnetic valve that immediately eliminates all fugitive emissions while extending the life of the existing valve by another 5+ years. 

Custom Software


Canopy Care

 Developed to support the need of coordinated care for new age healthcare.  The operation and maintenance of Canopy Care is driven by the user for the user and is flexible enough to grow with you as coordinated care continues to develop.


 Users are members of the health services teams for any organization responsible for providing care or case management to their member population.