Electric Valve Actuators

(410 companies)
Electric valve actuators mount on valves which, in response to a signal, automatically move to a desired position using an outside power source. Single-phase or three-phase AC or DC motors drive a combination of gears to generate the desired torque level.
Valve boxes and curb boxes are underground devices that protect valves within water, wastewater and gas utility lines. They also permit access for valve operation.

Backflow Preventers

(129 companies)
Backflow preventers are assemblies consisting of two check valves and two shut off valves. These assemblies may also include test cocks for each chamber.

Gas Valves

(512 companies)
Gas valves are used to handle and control the flow of gaseous media such as liquefied petroleum and natural gas. They are made of metal or plastic and vary in terms of valve size, pressure rating, number of ports, and flow.

Butterfly Valves

(1,235 companies)
Butterfly valves control flow through a circular disc or vane by turning the valve's pivot axis at right angles to the direction of flow in the pipe. They are normally used as throttling valves to control flow.

Solenoid Valves

(990 companies)
Solenoid valves are devices that use a solenoid to control valve activation.

Hydraulic Valves

(695 companies)
Hydraulic valves contain and transfer the flow and pressure of hydraulic fluid in hydraulic power systems. They range from simple shutoff valves to precision control valves.

Sanitary Valves

(208 companies)
Sanitary valves are designed for applications requiring clean or sterile processing.

Plastic Valves

(341 companies)
Plastic valves are made from plastic materials and are used in applications that require corrosion resistance and/or chemical handling.

Grease Fittings

(54 companies)
Grease fittings are used to lubricate assemblies and parts. By applying pressure to a ball valve in the fitting, grease flows into the lubricating chamber but cannot flow out.

Air Valves

(801 companies)
Air valves allow metered fluid flow in one or both directions. They are used in pneumatic circuits to regulate the rate of activation or exhaust of cylinders and other pneumatic devices.
Precision dispensing needle valves are designed to provide precise fluid dispensing depending on applications. The dispensed output can be in the form of a bead, dot or fill. The valve dispenses fluid when the activator (for example, air) acts on a piston, which shifts the spool or needle into the open position.

Globe Valves

(774 companies)
Globe valves are linear motion valves with rounded bodies, from which their name is derived. They are widely used in industry to regulate fluid flow in both on/off and throttling service.

Pinch Valves

(158 companies)
Pinch valves include any valve with a flexible elastomer body that can be pinched closed, cutting off flow, using a mechanism or fluid pressure.

Vacuum Valves

(168 companies)
Vacuum valves are used when a vacuum must be maintained in a closed system.