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Introduction to Valves – Pressure Seal Valves

PRESSURE SEAL VALVES Pressure seal construction is adopted for Valves for high pressure service, typically in excess of above 170 bar. The unique feature about the pressure seal Bon...Read More

Types of Valves Used on Ships: Gate Valve – Part 1

A variety of valves are used in the piping and machinery systems of the ship as per the need of the flow pattern of the liquid. All valves used on ships have the basic functionality...Read More

Globe Valve Used on Ships : Design and Maintenance

Glove valve, a type of valve, is commonly used on board ships in places such as bilge suction lines. A linear motion valve, which regulates the flow of the fluid, the valve has a gl...Read More

THE 4 TYPES OF BALL VALVES – SINGLE BODY, SPLIT BODY, TOP ENTRY AND WELDED

There are four general body styles of ball valves: single body, split body, top entry, and welded. There are four general types of ball valves: full port, standard port, reduced por...Read More

How does it work : Gate Valves

All valves are designed to stop, allow or throttle the flow of a process fluid. Gate valves, one of the original valve designs, are ideally suited for on/off, primarily liquid, serv...Read More

Main Difference between floating ball valve and trunnion ball valve

Ball valve could be divided into two types according to the ball working principles, floating ball valve and trunnion mounted ball valve. So what’s the difference between floating b...Read More

Types of Valves – Multi-turn valve & Quarter-turn valve

The operative of the valve closure member The kind of closure member movement defines both the geometry and operative of the valve. Multi-turn valve (linear motion valve):  The clos...Read More

Is a Metal-seated Ball Valve for You?

Metal-seated ball valves were first introduced to the market to address many of the shortcomings of their soft-seat counterparts. The ability to withstand severe service conditions ...Read More

Introduction to Valve – Bellow Seal Valve

BELLOW(S) SEAL(ED)S Leakage at various points in pipelines found in chemical plants creates emissions. All such leakage points can be detected using various methods and instruments ...Read More

Differences between Forging and Casting Valves

Forging is a kind of process that using metal forming machinery presses to metal billet, making it deform plastically to acquire mechanical properties, shape and size. Forging is a ...Read More

Introduction to Valves – Check valves

CHECK VALVES Check valves are “automatic” valves that open with forward flow and close with reverse flow. The pressure of the fluid passing through a system opens the va...Read More

How Do Check Valves Function, And Why Would They Be Selected Over Other Valve Types?

Also known as non-return, one-way, and clack valves, check valves are different from other types of valves in their ability to pass fluid in solely one direction. This sort of funct...Read More

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