New Year, New Products: Trillium Flow Technologies


Additive Manufacturing, also known as 3D technology, is revolutionizing our world and performing crucial roles in many industries, including manufacturing, healthcare, design, and architecture. It has so far changed, replaced, and provided faster production and delivery; it is a shortcut to bringing many imaginations to life. According to a report, the 3D modeling market was valued at 13.49 billion (USD) in 2020 and is projected to register a compound annual growth rate of 20.9% over the forecast period.

On this episode, Michelle Dawn Mooney, the host of FlowCast, chats with Bryan Voytilla,  the VP of product management at Trillium Flow Technologies, about new product development and how these updates address customers’ needs.

“There are a lot of technologies out there, but the one we are investing in is 3D printing technology. We have a lot of projects using 3D printing technologies to redesign components of pumps and valves faster. As a result, we can reduce manufacturing time by over 60%. We feel additive manufacturing, especially 3D printing, will be a game changer for us and how we provide those parts and components for all our products in a very short cycle time.”

Michelle then asked Bryan about the specific products and technology used currently concerning the new valve and pump releases. Bryan went on to say:

“One is the 78 full bore safety valve design, which provides a higher capacity versus a reduced port valve. It’s a pilot-operated pressure relief valve. Another is smart valve technology. We have developed an algorithm that helps us monitor the performance of the trim of the valve, specifically in a control valve, so we can help predict how that valve is operating in service today and how it’s going to operate in the future. That’s the most important thing for our customers.”

The power sector was also not left out of the discussion, as Michelle wanted to know which developments in the power section Trillium is focusing on right now; Bryan comments:

“Traditional power sources are still being used; we are focusing on Small Modular Reactors (SMRs). The idea is to scale down a traditional nuclear power reactor. We are working very closely with the key players in the SMR industry to help develop our products and scale down to meet their needs.

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