Nowadays, industrial valves become more widely used. They play a very important role in factories and plants. Choosing the right industrial valve not only contributes to a seamless production, but also helps factories and plants to operate more efficiently.
– In fact, there are many types and models of industrial valves. A right valve can be chosen based on usage requirements (solvent, location of installation, open or close position, etc.).
– Globe valves, also known as steam valves, are widely used in valve industry. This type of valves is used in media like liquid, gas, oil, etc.
– If you need a device that opens or closes high temperature fluid in pipeline, that is globe valve.
– Steam check valves can be divided into two types: lift check valves and wafer check valves.
INDUSTRIAL VALVES AND APPLICATIONS
Industrial valves are devices used to regulate and control flow of solvents (liquid, gas, solid, vapor, etc.) flowing through pipeline. Industrial valves are widely used anywhere related to food production, animal feed production, chemical production, beverage production, wastewater treatment, in schools, hospitals, etc.
In addition to the above industrial valves, you can see other industrial valves such as: check valves, Y strainers, flexible couplings, pressure gauges, etc. These have separate functions. So make sure you know these devices well to get the highest efficiency.
It’s important to identify specifications of industrial valves you buy, because an out-of-specification valve is unusable.
Industrial valves meet specifications set by the country or region where they are made, and they are manufactured in a closed process to ensure valve quality.