Dixon Valve

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    Dixon Valve is a manufacturer and supplier of hose couplings, valves, dry-disconnects, swivels, and other fluid transfer and control products. Its range includes products for oilfields, refineries, food and beverage processors, fire protection, mobile tankers, mining, construction, chemical processing, agriculture, and manufacturing.
    TypePrivate
    Founded1916
    HQChestertown, MD, US
    Websitedixonvalve.com
    Employee Ratings3.1

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    Employees (est.) (Sept 2021)367(+2%)
    Job Openings66
    Cybersecurity ratingBMore

    Key People/Management at Dixon Valve

    Frank Rosenthal

    Frank Rosenthal

    Vice President/General Manager -BOSS Division
    Brian Zottarelli

    Brian Zottarelli

    Vice President/General Manager
    Michael Hintz

    Michael Hintz

    Vice President/Division Manager
    Jim Bansbach

    Jim Bansbach

    Vice President of Research and Development
    Scott Jones

    Scott Jones

    Vice President, Sales and Marketing
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    Dixon Valve Office Locations

    Dixon Valve has offices in Chestertown, Pewaukee, Westmont and Walton Summit Centre
    Chestertown, MD, US (HQ)
    800 High St
    Chestertown, MD, US
    225 Talbot Blvd
    Pewaukee, WI, US
    N25w23040 Paul Rd
    Westmont, IL, US
    40 Chestnut Ave
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    Dixon Valve Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    1916
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    Dixon Valve Operating Metrics

    Aug, 2021

    Patents

    12

    Patent Applications

    7

    Trademarks

    26

    Trademark Applications

    1
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    Dixon Valve Cybersecurity Score

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    B

    81/100

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    Dixon Valve Blogs

    Dixon MannTek Safety Breakaway Couplings

    Hose couplings are designed to keep connections secure. Under many circumstances, you wouldn’t want a hose to suddenly detach from its connection. But sometimes you do. And that’s where a breakaway coupling comes in.

    Bridges: History, Design, and Construction

    Bridges are marvels of architectural engineering that stand peacefully among us. We don’t think of them much, even when we are passing over them. But when you take a moment to realize the problems these infrastructures solve, you begin to appreciate the importance and rich history behind…

    5 Tips to Identifying Pneumatic Profiles

    To put it plainly, quick disconnect couplings make your job easier. They are a fast and easy way to join pneumatic and fluid transfer lines by simplifying connections/disconnections and preventing air or fluid leakage. Pneumatic quick disconnects are used primarily to change between vari…

    Outside Air: A Safer Application

    You are sitting in traffic and look over to see dusty air, roadwork signs, and power tools that sound like the roaring of a sold-out football stadium after a game-winning touchdown. You just drove past a construction site and all the equipment that inhabits it. Have you ever looked at a massive…

    Threads 101

    On February 7, 1904, a fire was reported in the John Hurston Building on West German Street just west of downtown Baltimore. As the fire progressed to neighboring buildings, fire companies from as far away as Washington, D.C., New York, and Philadelphia, PA arrived to help fight the blaz…

    Infrastructure: An Overview

    The thing about infrastructure is that most people don’t think about it unless it’s not working properly. When a bridge is closed or a roadway is under construction, if a water main bursts or a train is delayed, that’s when infrastructure gets your attention. When infrastructure is working well…
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    Dixon Valve Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Dixon Valve founded?

      Dixon Valve was founded in 1916.

    • Who are Dixon Valve key executives?

      Dixon Valve's key executives are Frank Rosenthal, Brian Zottarelli and Michael Hintz.

    • How many employees does Dixon Valve have?

      Dixon Valve has 367 employees.

    • Who are Dixon Valve competitors?

      Competitors of Dixon Valve include Lincoln Industries, Tenere and Janicki Industries.

    • Where is Dixon Valve headquarters?

      Dixon Valve headquarters is located at 800 High St, Chestertown.

    • Where are Dixon Valve offices?

      Dixon Valve has offices in Chestertown, Pewaukee, Westmont and Walton Summit Centre.

    • How many offices does Dixon Valve have?

      Dixon Valve has 5 offices.