The move sees Knife Gate, Diaphragm and Resilient-Seat Butterfly valves made available in response to demand from customers.
Following the roll-out, Weir Minerals expects the products to be used in several countries in a diverse range of applications.
Customers globally use BDK valves to handle slurries in the mining and minerals industries. They are also utilised in other sectors, including sand and gravel, and chemicals.
The BDK valve range will be supported by Weir Minerals’ established service network. The firm has more than 20 service centres across Europe, North Africa and Kazakhstan, with three openings in 2014 strengthening the on-the-ground expertise available to customers.
Tony G. Locke, managing director of Weir Minerals Europe, said: “BDK valves have a loyal following among customers elsewhere in the world and we feel it is a natural step to respond to demand and make them available in Europe too.
“They are suitable for a wide range of duties, but are also compact, and because they offer low maintenance costs, the BDK valve range is an ideal choice in its field.”