Any valve testing firm’s goal is to sign bigger, better clients who can adhere to a regular testing schedule. For you, the math is simple. Test more valves, more often, and you can grow your business. But, reeling in those bigger clients is often easier said than done. They work on a tighter schedule, their needs are more demanding, and the stakes are higher. To win those bigger clients, you have to offer the very best service on the market.
This is one area where inline valve testing can help set you apart from the competition and give you the edge you need to sign those bigger clients. Here are four ways inline safety relief valve testing can help your valve testing firm win bigger clients:
It’s An Attractive Offering for Larger Manufacturers
Larger manufacturers of industrial facilities have more valves to test. Though they likely have to adhere to a specific testing schedule and are required to complete bench testing at some regular intervals, the downtime associated with bench testing is crippling to their production. Whenever possible, these larger facilities love to minimize downtime, a feature that inline testing can offer.
When you add inline testing to your list of service offerings, you provide testing that minimizes downtime for those larger manufacturers. For them, this is a serious value-added service. Production is everything, and for every minute their facility isn’t producing, they’re losing thousands, if not millions of dollars.
When you can advertise a valve testing method that reduces or eliminates much of that downtime, you’ll be able to sell your company to bigger manufacturers and industrial facilities that really can’t afford to halt production every time they need to test safety and pressure relief valves.
Provides More Reliable, Accurate Results
Advanced inline testing equipment can offer the reliably accurate results your clients need. Electronic inline testing systems like AccuTEST’s feature an advanced calibration process that automatically detects, fault checks, and zeros sensors before operation. These inline valve testing systems also make use of a precisely software-controlled motor that consistently applies pressure to the valve, instead of a hydraulic system that uses a technician operated hand-pump.
These systems can provide accurate, repeatable results because they are not reliant on the unpredictable speed and pressure variances between technicians, and even between tests. An electric motor inline valve testing system can provide results that are exceptionally accurate, and repeatable. When you provide service like that, you are heads and tails ahead of your competition, enabling you to land bigger clients because of your advanced technology.
Offers Clients Bigger-Picture Reporting
Inline testing provides better insight into how valves are functioning in-system. Bench tests can only tell your client how their valves function in a testing lab. Inline testing offers bigger-picture reporting that tells them how valves are functioning under normal operating conditions. This gives your technicians greater insight into their system and allows you to provide more in-depth reporting to your clients. And in an industry where the quality of your service matters, this is what will win you those bigger clients.
When you can offer reporting that tells your clients not only how their valves are functioning, but how they’re functioning in their system in real-time, you’re adding value to the service you provide. That increases your value to existing clients and means you have more to offer to prospective clients than your competition does.
Helps You and Your Clients Boost That Bottom Line
When it comes to winning clients, you know it all comes down to the bottom line. If you can provide a service that will add to their bottom line, you’re going to be the valve testing firm that wins that client. Inline valve testing helps you do that.
Because you can offer more reliable, accurate results, in less time, and with minimal downtime, you’re ultimately saving that company money. They don’t have to worry about the costs associated with downtime. Since their testing is accurate and repeatable, they know how their valves are doing, and they can better prevent failures that damage equipment and present safety concerns. All of those cost savings add up. When you can show that to your potential clients, you’re more likely to win those bigger deals. And when you win bigger deals, you profit too.
If your valve testing firm is looking for ways to stand out from the competition and win bigger clients, you might want to consider AccuTEST’s inline safety valve testing equipment. At the top of the market, this testing system provides accurate results that are repeatable, and that requires no facility downtime. Get in touch with our team to learn more or schedule a live webinar demo to see the AccuTEST system in action.