LOMISA specializes in advanced technology valves for such applications as coal liquefaction and gasification, cat and fluidized cat crackers, catalyst slurry, hot gases and hydrogen, UOP platforming service and catalyst regeneration, HF-alkylation, H-oil, olefin plants, and delayed coker plants.



With our portfolio of well-known brands, products and services, LOMISA can meet your demanding needs throughout the refinery. Our Solutions highlights the wide range of our products and services as well as the benefits each solution provides. We believe you will agree that our portfolio is unique in both its breadth and depth.



When you buy valves for your refinery at LOMISA, you get much more than just the valves. Behind each product it’s a highly energized team of professionals, including Engineering, Quality Assurance, Manufacturing, Customer Service, Sales and Valve Services to name a few, who support you not only with completing the purchase, but with installation, best practices and long-term maintenance as well.






The system is based on a catalytic transformation process capable of breaking down material containing molecules of carbon or hydrogen, and later restructuring them to produce high quality fuels, such as petrol, diesel, kerosene or naphtha. This process is rapid, ecological and profitable. The initial project was to develop an effective refining process for the world’s heaviest oils, like the Maya and Ku crude oils.


Now the system has developed beyond its original concepts, and is capable of producing high quality oils from other waste material, and with the possibility to chose the end product; gasoline, kerosene, naphtha etc.


Other advantages of the process are:


  • The production process produces a minimal amount of contaminating gases.
  • The refining phases are continuous and are reduced from seven to two.
  • The system can process crudes such as Maya or Ku that are often resistant to traditional refining methods.
  • The combustion of our product produces significantly lower emissions of contaminating gases, responsible for the global “green house” effect.
  • The end product is desulphurized and oxygenated, thus it requires fewer additives.