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Valves We Manufacture

Our valve manufacturing process begins with the selection of the highest quality materials, including stainless steel, brass, and aluminum. Our team of experienced engineers then designs and prototypes each valve to ensure it meets our exacting standards. We use the latest technologies and production techniques to manufacture valves that are both reliable and efficient. Our product line includes a variety of valve types, such as ball valves, gate valves, check valves, and butterfly valves. Each valve is designed for specific applications, and we work closely with our customers to ensure that we meet their exact needs.

Types of Valves Products

One of the most common types of valves is the ball valve, which is used to control the flow of liquids or gases by rotating a ball-shaped disc inside the valve body. Another type is the gate valve, which uses a wedge-shaped gate to control the flow of fluids or gases. Check valves, on the other hand, are designed to prevent backflow in pipelines, ensuring that fluids or gases flow in one direction only. Butterfly valves are also widely used in many industries due to their compact size, ease of use, and efficient operation.

Ball Valves

Ball valves come in a variety of designs, including two-piece, three-piece, and one-piece bodies. They can also be made with different types of seals, such as PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene).

Butterfly Valves

Butterfly valves come in a variety of designs, including wafer, lug, and flanged types. They can be made with different materials, such as stainless steel, aluminum, or plastic.

Check Valves

Check valves operate automatically, requiring no external power source to function. They are typically made up of a body, a disc, and a spring or other mechanism.

Gate Valves

Gate valves have a simple design, consisting of a gate that slides up and down within the valve body to allow or block flow. The gate is connected to a stem that is operated by a handle or actuator.

Plug Valves

Plug valves have a simple design, consisting of a hollow cylindrical or tapered plug that rotates within the valve body to control the flow of fluid or gas The plug is connected.

Flush Bottom Valves

Flush bottom valves have a unique design that allows them to be mounted flush against the bottom of a tank or vessel, providing a completely unobstructed flow path for drainage.

Safety Valves

Safety valves operate by releasing excess pressure or fluid from a system when the pressure or temperature exceeds a predetermined set point. They are designed to open automatically.

Strainer Valves

Strainer valves have a simple design, consisting of a body, a removable screen or mesh filter, and a cover. The screen or filter is typically made of stainless steel or other.

Needle Valves

Needle valves have a slender, tapered stem that fits into a corresponding seat within the valve body. When the stem is turned, the tapered point of the stem moves in or out of the seat.