National Grid, CEG Help Cohoes-Based PVA Repurpose its Business

As manufacturers around the world look for ways to make products that support the fight
against the COVID-19 pandemic, National Grid has found a way to support companies across
New York who are joining those efforts. As an example, Cohoes-based high-tech manufacturer
Precision Valve and Automation, or PVA, is receiving National Grid support to produce critical
equipment for healthcare workers and patients.

Local Businesses Align to Support PVA Emergency Ventilator

PVA, a global supplier of automation equipment servicing the electronics, medical device, telecommunications, semiconductor, and defense industries, has submitted their emergency ventilator to the FDA in an effort to receive emergency use authorization during the COVID-19 pandemic.

PVA Manufactures COVID-19 Emergency Ventilator

PVA, a global supplier of automation equipment servicing the electronics, medical device, telecommunications, semiconductor, and defense industries, has rapidly manufactured an emergency ventilator to help combat supply shortages during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

The PVA Fight Against COVID-19

PVA continues to provide critical solutions to medical manufacturers in the fight against COVID-19. PVA, a global supplier of robotic manufacturing and dispensing equipment servicing the electronics, medical device, telecommunications, semiconductor, and defense industries, has created a low-cost mixing dispensing system to help manufacturers in producing more hand sanitizer.  

PVA Acquires Medical Device Company Specializing in 3D Printing

PVA, a global expert in dispensing, coating and custom automation, is pleased to announce that it has acquired additive manufacturing startup Create Orthotics & Prosthetics. Under terms of the agreement, PVA now owns all Create O&P software and intellectual property. All Create O&P employees have been absorbed into PVA’s current operations.

PVA Receives Patent for New Blow-Off Mechanism

PVA is pleased to announce that it has been granted a new patent. Patent No. US 10,328,448 B2 pertains to the method of cleaning adhesive residue off of a dispensing nozzle using an integrated blow off mechanism.