Ansac was formed in 1988 by Charlie Martella in Bunbury, Western Australia. Initially, the company produced thermal equipment for the minerals processing industry along with specialised mechanical fabrication work.

Ansac took advantage of Charlie’s own personal history running a cast iron foundry through the 70’s and 80’s and saw a need for quality cast iron rotary feeders and airlocks. He developed the original R series through the 90’s along with a secondary range of dump valves.

Equipment sales continued to grow creating a need to create more secure long term supply relationships. By the mid 90’s, Ansac was sourcing grey and ductile cast products from Chennai, India.

In 2000, the first RFS product was made and released. The floating shoe valve was primarily developed for a specific client fly ash problem. Wear was of great concern and Ansac rose to the challenge.

In 2007 Ansac’s management could see growth of it’s feeder and airlock division being constrained by competition for resources in other product lines. The decision was then made to form a specialised company and ensure future successes.

Anval was formed under the supervision of the Group’s Managing Director, Matthew Martella in 2008 reaching production status by 2009. Today, Anval has a production facility located in Chennai, India with sales offices in the UK, India and Australia.

The Company has retained the core values of Ansac and carried on the tradition of innovation and excellence in the product range.

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