A Full Service Valve Repair Facility
Servicing ALL Valve Brands Throughout New England and New York
The most knowledgeable team,
backed by the leading manufacturer.
NYNE was formed as a joint venture between Northeast Controls and NECI, two regional Emerson Impact Partners who are part of a broader network of over 167 service centers throughout North America.
Together, we are building one of the Northeast’s largest valve repair facilities in Auburn, MA to locally serve clients in New York and New England. The facility has all new equipment with the latest in diagnostic and repair technology.
Our local team of technicians is backed by a global network of engineers who are trained to manufacturer specifications and standards to deliver the fastest route to your most efficient and reliable plant.
Faster is better ONLY when it takes you to the desired outcome.
Unplanned outages are oftentimes symptoms of deeper core issues; i.e. parts wearing out sooner than expected due to inappropriate applications, lack of planning, changes in process conditions, or poorly tuned or calibrated automated valve assemblies. NYNE’s technicians and engineers are trained to find these deeper core issues and make recommendations which can help to avoid unplanned outages, but when there is one, our local rapid response team is available 24/7/365 to get your plant back up and running quickly.
We don’t manage problems, we solve them.
NYNE’s foundation is built upon its team of engineers and technicians who are well known throughout the industry as leaders in their field and backed by the highest quality Emerson brands. It’s this focus, talent, experience, and deeper understanding of plant operations that delivers more comprehensive, longer-term solutions that save you time, money, and internal resources.
We tackle the root cause and not the effect.
It’s our training, process, and technology that set a new standard for quality in valve repair. Our in-house valve training has been certifying Technicians in the industry for decades; our safety training and process ensures full compliance with OSHA; quality standards are set to manufacturer specifications; and our diagnostic and repair equipment have the capabilities to identify issues more quickly and repair to a much higher standard.