Taylor Valve, has more than 100 US patents on high quality safety relief valves, high pressure relief valves, back pressure valves, choke valves, pilot operated valves and other valve products for the oil and gas industry as well as other industrial and commercial applications, including steam, air, liquid (including cryogenics) and non-hazardous gases.Taylor Valve TechnologyCall or contact Taylor Valve Technology, Inc. for all your safety relief, high pressure relief, back pressure, pilot operated, choke, or other valve product needs.
home_btnabout_btnTaylor Valveproducts_btncontact_btnTayor Valve Technology, Inc. is located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. All our high quality safety relief valves, high pressure relief valves, back pressure valves, brass valves and choke valves are made in this location.
History of the Company
Mr. Julian Taylor started Taylor Valve Technology (originally Taylor Oil Tools) in 1958 when a Texaco supervisor approached him regarding a problem with hunters targeting and shooting pressure gauges on oil wells. In response, Mr. Taylor invented the Gauge Plug® and Gauge Probe® fittings, which are still used to this day.

Taylor Valve Technology has continued to expand and grow with the company’s primary objective being solving customer problems. As a result, Taylor Valve Technology products are recognized and distributed worldwide.

Taylor Valve Technology, and it's two brands, Rupture Pin and Vaetrix, specialize in emergency relief valves, emergency shut-down valves, and liquid level measurement solutions.

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We are committed to leading the industry with continued product research and development. This emphasis ensures the creation of new, marketable products as we look towards the future.


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Over 100 patents are held by Julian Taylor. Many are presently in use, and about five additional patents are issued to him each year.