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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
An industrial valve is a device used to regulate the flow of liquids, gases, or other substances. Valves can be used to control the flow rate, the direction of flow, pressure, and more.
There are many types of valves available, including ball valves, butterfly valves, gate valves, globe valves, pinch valves, check valves, needle valves, and flow control valves.
The most used type of industrial valve is the ball valve. Ball valves are easy to operate and provide a good seal in most applications.
Industrial valve failure is typically caused by wear and tear due to aging, poor installation, foreign matter stuck in the valve seat, improper lubrication, improper pressure settings, or abnormal operating conditions.
Industrial valves can be repaired by replacing worn out parts, cleaning and lubricating, or taking apart and rebuilding. Some repairs may require the assistance of an experienced technician.
A flow control valve uses a throttle mechanism to regulate the flow of a fluid, while a needle valve relies on a tapered needle to regulate the flow.
The most important parts of a flow control valve include the valve body, the valve stem, the actuator, the trim and the bonnet.
An actuator is a device used to control the flow of a fluid by way of mechanical means. It is usually used to operate a valve.
Yes, valves are designed to control the rate of flow of a fluid. This is done by controlling the pressure, temperature, and amount of fluid that can pass through the valve.
Industrial valves are used in a variety of industries, including oil and gas, water, and industrial manufacturing. They can offer benefits for a variety applications such as hydrogen, subsea and cryogenics.
Yes, they can either be standard stock values or be manufactured to meet a range of issues. Including fast track requirements, small volumes, special materials, obsolete product replacements and special face-to-face dimensions.