About Westfall Manufacturing
Conveniently located on Narragansett Bay near the Port of Providence, RI
Westfall Manufacturing is a small company in a small state whose patented static mixing devices are frequently chosen for big international applications.
Their most recent award comes from German engineers who connected two North Sea natural gas pipelines for a new Gassco terminal in Emden, Germany.
Westfall Manufacturing’s low headloss in-line static mixer, Model 3050, was selected to blend the gases of varying densities, compositions, temperatures and flow rates after they entered the single pipeline to the Gassco storage tanks.
Westfall specializes in over-size installations, manufacturing custom-made static mixers for pipelines from 2″ to 120″ in diameter and mixers for open channels measuring up to 20′ wide and 20′ deep.
WESTFALL MANUFACTURING HISTORY
The company was founded by John Westfall in 1945 as an OEM for old New England companies like Builder’s Iron Foundry (BIF) and Dorr Oliver. Many of the products Westfall originally manufactured were designed by Robert H. Glanville, longtime head of Research and Design at BIF. Glanville’s son, Bob, purchased Westfall in 1987.
Today, Westfall holds 7 patents on its own unique breed of static mixers. The company continues to serve municipal potable and wastewater agencies and has expanded to include petrochemicals, food processing, and pulp and paper industries. True to its heritage, Westfall custom manufactures every order.