MAY 2020

We operate in 32 countries worldwide and maintain a very good repoire and momentum with our global sales rep network.

In most markets, without their sales and marketing efforts, we would not have grown to where we are today.

Managing a global sales network is exciting, keeps us super busy but requires a dedicated team to drive these markets, customers require real time service and communications regardless of the distance from Malaysia.

Here, our sales rep network plays an invaluable role, in keeping MIR VALVE highly visible in front of our customers.

During this Covid-19 period, we wish to thank them all for their work during this difficult period, working non-stop and staying safe and healthy.


Thank you.
Stasi Prandalos, CEO


Watch our new video on subsea fully-welded ball valves manufactured at out plant in Malaysia for Petron Refinery. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HN95hBcGi-o


We have completed 16 pcs subsea ball valves for:
Client / End-User: Petron Refinery Malaysia
SBM Marine Import Facilities 2 Project, Port Dickson
40m depth
Subsea Malaysia


MV5-SS Subsea Fully-Welded Ball Valves (SSIV) (2 pcs)
16” CL.300, FB, RTJ, Body: CS, Trim: SS, Metal-Seated+TCC, Integral Hyperbaric Chamber test c/w ATC Helical Slot Hydraulic Actuators


MV5-SS Subsea Fully-Welded Ball Valves  (12 pcs)
2”, 4", 6", 10", 20" CL.300, FB, RTJ, Body: CS, Trim: SS, Metal-Seated + TCC, Integral Hyperbaric Chamber test c/w Rotork Subsea Gear


MV1-SS Subsea Top-Entry Ball Valves (2 pcs)
1" CL.1500, FB, RTJ, Body: SS, Trim: SS, Metal-Seated+TCC,
High Pressure/ Integral Hyperbaric Chamber test, Lever


Our order of 10 pcs of swing check valves is progressively getting ready on our shopfloor in Malaysia.


EPC:           Metron, Greece
End-User:   Dubai Power (MEW)
Project:       Aweer Power Station H Phase IV
Application: Power Plant
Installation: Onshore, UAE


MV15 Swing Check Valves
4", 10" CL.300/600, FB, RF
Body: CS, Trim: SS
Devlon V Insert
Manual operated


Qty 10 pcs.


It is important to prevent sparks from occurring within valves.  Sparks can occur when there is sufficient voltage difference built up in the working clearances between parts in the valve.  In theory, two objects of different materials can produce static electricity when they rub against each other; the friction between the ball and the non-metal components can produce a static charge when the valve is operated. 


Therefore, to avoid sparking and accidentally igniting the carried fluid, an anti-static device is installed to better ensure that the trim and body remain in constant electrical contact.  This ensures any voltage build up is discharged maintaining equal voltage potential between the trim and body.  This is also particularly useful when valves are installed in cross country transmission pipelines, where impressed current corrosion control measures are typically used.


Due to the inevitable metal-metal contact between the valve’s body and the pipeline, the impressed current will also flow through the valve’s body.  In this case it is important that there isn’t any voltage difference between the valve’s body and the trim.  The anti-static device which maintains constant electrical continuity will ensure that such a thing does not happen.

This is a standard feature of all our valves.


Our HSE & HR departments have adopted and put in place the Covid-19 control in-line with the Malaysian Government & Malaysia Oil & Gas Requirements, developing a dedicated HSE Covid-19 Safe Working Procedure Protection, covering:

- Employer, OHS Coordinator, Supervisor, Emergency Response Team and Employee responsibilities
- General and Temperature Screening
- Procedure before entering the workplace

- Workplace disinfection
- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Training
- Control measures
- Other