Aperson's progressive conquest of knowledge can be expressed through his work, specifically synthesizing and adapting it. Each new result contributes to his own growth and, at times, to that of others, with the ensuing social and economic implications. In any field in which he wishes to experiment, he can be certain, even if only a beginner, of being able to draw on all the experience of the past.

Conscious of this process, in 1954 Leopoldo Boscarol created in Milan the company that still today bears his name. With competence and professionalism, he immediately made a name for himself in the sector for the quality of his products - high pressure gauge valves.

After an intense planning stage in the early seventies, Boscarol embarked on production of cryogenic valves for cold plants, once again receiving recognition and success.

Today, Boscarol is a modern, dynamic company, able to plan its work rationally, glad to retain values of craftsmanship, meaning a respect for the traditional discipline of process and production, while at the same time able to renew its technology and professionalism.

A company that is about to pass into its third generation, constantly growing, always alert to the quality of its products, and which in recent years has managed to succeed in a new challenge by producing even more sophisticated instruments - pressure reducing valves and economizers - becoming with these, market leader in the sector.

Flexibility in production and corporate organisation, together with the experience accumulated over the last forty years, make it possible to fulfil major batch requests or much smaller orders, respecting the agreed delivery times, offering customers detailed assistance for accessories and any overhauls needed. The production area todays covers 500 sq.m., housing, among other items, five new NC lathes.

The operations structure is able to comprehend all the new trends so that terms used in the vocabulary of Quality have become part of the daily language used in the company.

All this results in total control of purchases, in organic planning of production, in holding down costs and in a price list which is decidedly competitive.