Cost Saving Solutions

At Bliss Anand America, we like to provide innovative solutions at affordable prices. With international codes and certifications under our belt, we provide top-quality products with significant cost savings across all our lines.

Our Instrumentation Division includes:

  • Magnetic Level Gauges
  • Sight Glasses
  • Radar Transmitters
  • Sight Flow Indicators
  • Magnetostrictive Level Transmitters
  • Diaphragm Seals – Standard and Specialty


Our Mechanical Division includes:

  • Upstream Packages
  • Midstream Packages
  • Downstream Packages
  • Turnkey Solutions
  • Process-Based Modules
  • Engineered Modules


For more information, please download our cost-saving summary sheet here:

Bliss Anand America Cost Saving Solutions


Low Gauge Pressure Diaphragm Seals

Standard diaphragm seals limit you to measuring down to 100mbar. Beyond this, measurements are inaccurate and often not possible at all.

This can be problematic when trying to measure lower pressure applications, so we are offering you a solution – our Low Gauge Pressure Seals, developed for measuring pressures as low as 5mbar with minimal temperature effects.

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Typically, in order to obtain low-pressure readings in applications, nitrogen blankets are used to prevent process gases from entering the atmosphere. You need to be able to accurately measure and monitor the pressure of the nitrogen blanket in order to minimize its interference with the process in the vessel.

Unfortunately, nitrogen blankets with an overpressure are unstable in a corrosive environment that uses diaphragm seals. The combination of the seal and the low overpressure range (approximately 10mbar for nitrogen blankets) results in high temperature effects when exposed to process and ambient conditions. The high temperature effects then lead to unreliable and unstable data.

With the Low Gauge Pressure Diaphragm Seal, the minimum GP range reduces from 80 mbar with a standard Diaphragm Seal to only 5 mbar with the LGP Diaphragm Seal. Similarly the ambient temperature effect reduces from 0.006 psi (0.4 mbar) per 50°F (10°C) to 0.0004 psi (0.03 mbar) per 50°F (10°C), while the process temperature effect reduces from 0.006 psi (0.39 mbar) to 0.001 psi (0.09 mbar).Screen Shot 2017-05-22 at 11.20.26 AM

The LGP Diaphragm Seal also provides additional benefits:

  • The way of mounting the transmitter to the vessels has no effect on the zero and span adjustments of the transmitter, so there is no zero adjustment required
  • There is no effect on the performance by a change in the density of the fluid caused by ambient temperature fluctuations; so there is no mounting effect.

For more information, please download the LGP Diaphragm Seal brochure here: Badotherm Diaphragm Seal Solution Low Gauge Pressure (LGP)

Bliss Anand America – Global Facilities

image23When Bliss Anand first began in 1975, the founder, Mr. Prem Anand, had a vision – to grow the company into a globally recognized leader in field instrumentation. As his sons took over his legacy, they cultivated Bliss into a company with a network of five manufacturing facilities and numerous sales offices around the world, creating quality products in level, pressure and flow instrumentation and mechanical equipment.

The first facility was built in Manesar, and continues to be the Bliss Group Headquarters. It houses a manufacturing shop as well as a corporate office dedicated to customers in Asia and the subcontinent.

image22When Mr. Anand’s sons took over the company, they expanded to a manufacturing facility in the Jebel Ali Free Zone in Dubai, the industrial hub of the UAE. Bliss quickly established a firm presence in the Middle East with a 70% market share, by providing customers with high quality level and field instrumentation built with sound engineering.

As the demand for Bliss products continued to increase in the region, our manufacturing capacity needed keep up. In 2008, Bliss opened a another manufacturing facility in Asia.

This 20,000 sq. ft. facility now houses a crane, in-house testing capabilities for a variety of instruments and packages, and state-of-the-art machinery.

In 2012, Bliss opened its headquarters in America, located in La Porte, TX. Our 2-acre plot, housing a 20,000 sq. ft. manufacturing floor, including a 10-ton crane.

For more information on our US facility, click here. Feel free to drop by for a tour of the shop and to learn about our products! Drop a line to

Bliss is currently in the process of building two more facilities, a new, 65,000 sq. ft. location in Dubai, as well as one in Saudi Arabia. Our plans for expansion also include Brazil in the near future.

Bliss is committed to going the extra mile to provide on-the-ground, local support, no matter which corner of the globe your project is located in.

Gauge Valves

We want to optimize our efficiency when it comes to helping our customers, and one way to do that is to stock standard products for immediate shipping. Our standard Gauge Valve models include the 10S and 20S, available in a variety of sizes and materials.

150514Img11647Our 10-TU valves feature a straight type body with integrated seat and Elastomer (EPDM), a glass tube packing bush with integral seat, and PTFE valve cone.

These are primarily used for tubular type level gauges, for low pressure and temperature applications. They are equipped with mounting clamps to t glass protection rods. They also feature a ball check arrangement.

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Image 20SOur Series 20 (20S and 20U) valves feature an integrated bonnet, forged offset steel body and stainless steel trim, with a wide choice of connections

The design incorporates ball check arrangements and union gauge connections, which permit simple installation and easy access to the ball check.

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Both models service the Oil & Gas, Chemical & Petrochemical, Water & Wastewater and Process & Power industries, and are available in stainless steel, carbon steel and special materials.

For more information, please download our Gauge Valves Brochure here: gauge-valve

*We can crossover competition valves for various models.
*Contact factory for additional models.

Gas Lift Systems

It’s important to us that our customers get the best possible results with every project they execute. And we know that helping you achieve that is one way to keep you coming back to us! As part of our promise to help you maximize production, we bring you Gas Lift Systems as part of our Energy Equipment Division.

Gas lift systems are used to reduce the density of fluids in tubing, in order to extract more oil from a well. They use an artificial lift technique that adds vaporous bubbles to the fluid, in order to reduce the hydrostatic pressure in the outlet tube compared to the pressure on the inlet side of the tube.


In petroleum, gas is injected through the outlet tube into the fluid in order to aerate it, reducing the density and increasing the formation pressure. The increased pressure is able to lift oil column and move the fluid out of the wellbore. The gas can be injected intermittently or continuously, depending on the characteristics of the well.



Major components:

  • Manual Valves – Body: ASTM A694 F60, Trims 13% Cr steel, API 6A, up to 10,000 psi
  • Ball Valves – Trunnion mounted ball, gear-operated, flanged as per API 6A, side entry, bore to match API 6A, anti-static, anti-blowout stem, fire safe design
  • Check Valves
  • Actuated Valves
  • Angle Choke Valves
  • Pipes/ Tubes – Seamless, API5l X60, OD and thickness to suit API 6A Flanges
  • Flanges – ASTM A694 F60, 10000 psi (69Mpa), API 6A
  • Fittings – Seamless Equal or Reducing Tees and Elbows ASTM A694 F60/ A860 WPHY 60, design pressure 10,000 psi, bore and thickness to suit API6A


Float Failure Indication

For us here at Bliss, your project’s safety is front and center. We know you can’t afford losses of your process materials, so we’ve built Float Failure Indicators onto our gauges, so that you can visually tell if something is wrong.

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As a standard feature on all our gauges, the bottom three flags are set in reverse. If these flags flip to the regular color, it will provide you with a visual indication of float failure. If this happens, you can immediately turn off your isolation valves and call us for a replacement float.

Read more here: BAUS_Safety Features_MLG