Industrial Plumbing valves control the flow of water, gas, and other fluids in plumbing systems. Flow control valves regulate fluid pressure and flow rate. Pressure control valves and temperature control valves regulate pressure and temperature in lines. Check valves and backflow preventer valves help protect potable water supplies from contamination due to the reverse flow of polluted water in pipes and fixtures. Float valves automatically open or close when a liquid reaches a predetermined level. They can be used to control filling or drainage in open or closed tanks, storage tanks, cooling towers, and reservoirs. Solenoid valves can actuate either a pneumatic or hydraulic valve to shut off, release, distribute, or mix fluid in a variety of applications.
Check valves prevent backflow into sump disposal lines, wastewater lines, sewage lift stations, and ejector systems. Backflow preventers prevent contamination of potable water by keeping water from flowing backward into a water supply line. Backwater valves protect against weather conditions that cause sewage overflow such as heavy rain. Foot valves are a type of check valve used in ponds and pools. Sanitary check valves prevent backflow in sanitary and industrial applications. Vacuum breakers aid in backflow prevention to keep water from being siphoned back into the public drinking water system.
Float valves regulate the level of liquid in a tank while float rods are threaded to accept afloat. Nuzzle assemblies allow cattle to nuzzle afloat without causing damage. Pilot-controlled float valves automatically open or close when the liquid reaches a predetermined level, while self-contained float valves use fluid pressure to close the valve. Flow control valves manage the flow of compressed air, oil, or fluids.
Pressure and temperature control valves regulate pressure and temperature in steam and liquid applications. Air and vacuum release valves have an air release valve and an air vacuum valve in a compact unit. Boiler feed valves maintain water pressure by filling boilers and piping systems with water. Mixing valves blend cold and hot water in hot water supply systems. Gas pressure regulators reduce the pressure of gas supplied from a high-pressure cylinder of gas to a safe, workable level. Pressure-reducing automatic control valves reduce a fluctuating higher upstream pressure to a constant lower downstream pressure regardless of varying flow rates. Single-use rupture discs provide rapid pressure relief to protect equipment or a system. Water hammer arrestors control water pressure shock and silence water pipe noise caused by the sudden closing of a valve in a pipeline.
Shut-off valves are used to control the flow of air or liquids. Air cocks control the flow of air into a plumbing system or gas line, while drain cocks allow the drain down of water. Water supply stops shut off the water supply to a faucet, toilet, or appliance such as a washing machine. Water valve kits control the mixing of water, chemicals, and inert gases. Check valves to prevent backflow from contaminating clean water. Ball valve assemblies are for use with water, oil, and natural gas systems.
Solenoid valves dispense liquids and are for use in gas shutoff, vacuum holding, and tank draining. High-flow valves are for liquid, corrosive, and air/inert gas service. Some valves are for outdoor use, while explosion-proof models contain internal explosions without causing an external hazard. Some solenoid valves have a universal valve design so they can be connected in either a normally closed or normally open position. Cryogenic solenoid valves handle cryogenic fluids, including liquid nitrogen, liquid argon, and liquid oxygen. They’re ideal for frozen food and cranial/genetic preservation applications. Solenoid valve coils convert electrical energy into linear motion to control the opening and closing of solenoid valves.
Valve actuators are used to automate the operation of valves in process and water treatment plants, refineries, mining and nuclear processes, food processing facilities, and pipelines.
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