Keeping the World Flowing for Future Generations
Rotork is the market leading actuator manufacturer and flow control company that operates in any market where the flow of gases or liquids needs to be controlled. It has established manufacturing facilities, a global network of local offices and agents who can truly provide a worldwide service.
Customers can source Rotork products locally in the knowledge that they will be supported by life-of-plant maintenance, repairs and upgrade services wherever they are in the world, with over 400 service engineers available globally to provide support. We are committed to close customer ties, with our global network supporting operations in some of the most
remote and challenging environments. We understand the importance of being close to our customers and understanding their needs – this is key to driving innovation.
As an international business, supporting clients wherever their operations and project installations are located is part of our culture. Our worldwide international sales and service network allows us to support our clients wherever they are based.
Major markets served by Rotork:
Oil & Gas
Rotork products are used on upstream, midstream and downstream activities, ranging from offshore production facilities, to refining and processing, to transportation, storage and distribution.
- Onshore and offshore production
- Refining and petrochemicals
- Distribution and storage
- LNG liquefaction and regasification
- Unconventional oil & gas
Rotork products are found in traditional power stations, including nuclear power stations where its products are certified for use both inside and outside containment. They are also used for renewable energy generation systems such as thermal solar plants, and emission reduction processes such as flue gas desulphurisation.
- Conventional fuels
- Nuclear energy
- Concentrating solar power
- Geothermal and other renewables
Water & Wastewater
Rotork products are used on modern state-of-the-art water treatment and distribution processes, which maximise existing resources such as desalination plants and water re-use projects, together with conventional water and wastewater plants.
- Sludge and sewage treatment
- Water treatment, desalination and re-use
- Environmental control
- Dams, reservoirs and irrigation
- Pulp & Paper
- Food & Beverage