Valves are essential mechanical devices that control the flow of fluids, gases, or slurries within a system. Available in various types, sizes, and designs for specific applications, they are crucial in industries like oil and gas, water treatment, chemical processing, and power generation. Trust our valves for reliable performance in your industry.

Some common types of valves include:

  • Gate valves: These valves control flow by raising or lowering a gate (a solid wedge or parallel slide) into the path of the fluid.
  • Ball valves: They use a spherical closure to control flow. When the valve is open, the ball allows fluid to pass through; when closed, the ball rotates to block the flow.
  • Butterfly valves: These valves have a disc that rotates around a central shaft to control flow. They are often used for large flow applications.
  • Check valves: Also known as non-return valves, they allow fluid to flow in one direction only, preventing backflow.
  • Needle valves: These have a slender, tapered point at the end of a valve stem to precisely regulate flow.
  • Pressure relief valves: They automatically release pressure from a system when it exceeds a preset level, protecting equipment from damage.
  • Control valves: These valves modulate flow based on signals from external devices, allowing for precise control of process variables such as flow rate, pressure, and temperature.