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Leading AMOT Industrial Equipment Safety & Control Valves Distributors in North America

AMOT Model G Rotary Valve for better temperature control

Founded in 1948, AMOT has built a reputation for engineering excellence and innovation. Their control valves are known for their robust design, high performance, and adaptability to various industrial needs. AMOT’s products are widely used in sectors such as oil and gas, marine, power generation, and transportation, where safety and reliability are non-negotiable.

Why AMOT Control Valves?

  1. Durability and Reliability: AMOT control valves are constructed with high-quality materials that ensure long-lasting performance even in harsh operating conditions. Their valves undergo rigorous testing to meet industry standards and customer specifications.
  2. Precision Control: AMOT valves offer precise control over fluid flow, essential for maintaining optimal process conditions. This precision helps in reducing wastage, improving efficiency, and ensuring the safety of operations.
  3. Safety Mechanisms: Safety is at the core of AMOT’s design philosophy. Their valves are equipped with fail-safe mechanisms that automatically shut down systems in case of anomalies, preventing accidents and equipment damage.
  4. Customization and Flexibility: AMOT understands that different industries have unique requirements. Their control valves can be customized to meet specific needs, providing flexibility and enhancing compatibility with existing systems.

Applications of AMOT Control Valves in North America

Mining Industry

In the mining industry, control valves are essential for managing the flow of slurry, water, and other fluids in various processes such as ore extraction, mineral processing, and tailings disposal. AMOT valves are designed to withstand the abrasive and corrosive nature of mining fluids, ensuring reliable operation under extreme conditions. Their precision and durability help maintain optimal process efficiency and safety, reducing downtime and maintenance costs. Additionally, AMOT’s advanced safety features help prevent hazardous incidents, protecting both equipment and personnel in the demanding mining environment.

Oil and Gas Industry

In the oil and gas sector, control valves are critical for managing the extraction, processing, and transportation of hydrocarbons. AMOT valves are used in various applications, including pressure relief, flow control, and emergency shutdown systems. Their reliability and durability are crucial in preventing spills and ensuring the safety of operations.

Other Heavy Industries

AMOT control valves are extensively used in other heavy industries such as steel manufacturing, chemical processing, and pulp and paper production. These industries require robust and reliable flow control solutions to manage the high pressures and temperatures typical in their operations. AMOT valves ensure precise control over fluid flow, contributing to improved operational efficiency and safety. Their durable construction and advanced safety mechanisms minimize the risk of equipment failure and accidents, helping these industries maintain smooth and uninterrupted production processes.

Where to buy AMOT valves

Carroll Technologies offers a comprehensive range of AMOT valves, ensuring that customers have access to the right products for their specific needs. Carroll Technologies also provides expert advice, technical support, and after-sales service, helping clients optimize their operations and maintain high safety standards.

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Case Study: Why Mine Workers Prefer Buggy Whip Flags for Enhanced Safety

Full LED Buggy Whip, Two Colour LED Buggy Whip and Lit Top Driver Industrial Whip Against a Rugged Mine Backdrop

Background and project scope

The trial aimed to address frequent high-potential incidents involving LVs and heavy mobile equipment (HME). A proposal to trial LED-lit flags was submitted and approved by the Senior Leadership Team, leading to a three-month trial involving various suppliers, including Buggy Whip, Teterin, Fourreal Safety Gear, and Ashdowns.

Worker feedback on Buggy Whip flags

The feedback from mine workers on the Buggy Whip flags was overwhelmingly positive, highlighting their superior visibility and durability compared to other flags tested. Mick North, an Operator Control Engineer (OCE), praised the Buggy Whip flag on LV 801, stating it had the best LED visibility. Similarly, a 24-hour grader operator mentioned that the light was very easy to see from a distance without being overly bright. The dragline crew also noted that the white flag was very easily seen from the dragline when LV 806 was on top of the highwall.

Chris Booth, Curragh Safety Advisor, emphasized that the brightness of the 6ft and 4ft white lights did not impact drivers’ vision nor was it overly bright. Workers appreciated the additional utility of the flags, such as illuminating tools and equipment in the back of vehicles and spotting potential hazards like snakes on the ground. Throughout the trial, no damage or equipment failures were reported for the Buggy Whip flags, indicating their robustness under harsh mining conditions.

Comparative analysis

Other flags trialed included those from Teterin, Fourreal Safety Gear, and Ashdowns, which received mixed to negative feedback. Wayne Robinson, another OCE, reported positive visibility for the Teterin flag but noted an intermittent power issue and a broken flag incident. Danny Boyce, also an OCE and SSHR, appreciated the Teterin flag’s visibility but raised concerns about its durability in the sun and bumpy conditions.

Flags from Fourreal Safety Gear and Ashdowns, which featured LEDs only at the top, were criticized for insufficient brightness and poor mounting bracket quality. Broken flags were commonly reported, highlighting their lack of durability compared to the Buggy Whip flags.


The Buggy Whip flags with the full length LEDs were visible from across the pit during night operations and were given the name “Jedi night sabres’ by the mine workers. These flags stood out for their exceptional visibility, enhancing safety during night operations without causing visual discomfort to drivers.