Water Valves

(588 companies)
Water valves are designed to handle and control hot water, cold water, ground water, potable water, salt water and/or wastewater. They are made from metal or plastic.

Liquid Handling Pumps

(2,427 companies)
They operate by moving a piston or diaphragm back and forth through a cylinder. Fluid moves in at the upstroke (suction) and out through a check valve on the down-stroke (discharge). The image below shows a simplified hand-operated reciprocating...

Valve Repair Machines

(12 companies)
Valve repair machines are used to machine valve seats and faces on gate, globe, check, ball, safety, and control valves. Portable, or in-line, machines are used for on-site repairs (primarily grinding and lapping) while the valve is on-site or still in-line. Stationary machines are for off-line valve repair.

Sanitary Valves

(209 companies)
Sanitary valves are designed for applications requiring clean or sterile processing.
Tempering valves and thermally actuated valves contain a thermal sensing component that opens or closes in response to temperature changes.

Drain Valves

(175 companies)
Drain valves are designed to automatically remove liquids from process lines as necessary.

Industrial Valves

(3,256 companies)
Valves are mechanical devices that control the flow and pressure of liquids, gases, and slurries within a system. They are also known as regulators and are used in a wide variety of applications. Valves vary greatly in size, design, function, and operation.

Steam Valves

(254 companies)
Steam valves are used to control the flow and pressure level of steam and heated water vapor.

Valve Actuators

(874 companies)
Valve actuators mount on valves and, in response to a signal, move a valve to a desired position using an outside power source.

Valve Repair Services

(178 companies)
Valve repair services repair and rebuild used valves.

Vacuum Valves

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

Diaphragm Valves

(417 companies)
Diaphragm valves close by means of a flexible diaphragm attached to a compressor.

Plug Valves

(461 companies)
Quarter-turn plug valves use a cylindrical or tapered plug with a hole in the center to control straight through flow when in the open position.

Diverter Valves

(270 companies)
Diverter valves direct flow from one inlet to one of two or more outlets.

Mixing Valves

(191 companies)
Mixing valves combine the flow of two or more inlets into a single outlet for applications such as temperature and concentration control.