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Isolation Valves

Isolation valves are valves that are designed to be fully open or fully closed to allow or disallow flow within a pipe. They can be manual or automated.

Isolation valves have two main components: a valve and an actuator or handwheel. The valve has a plug or disk within the body that moves to open for flow or close to shutoff flow. If the valve is automated, it will have a pneumatic, electric, or hydraulic actuator. It can also have a handwheel or lever for manual operation or override.

There are different types of isolation valves, such as plug, globe, ball, and butterfly valves, that suit different applications and conditions. You can choose from a variety of styles and configurations depending on your flow, pressure, and temperature requirements, as well as your material, end connection, and leakage requirement.

If you want to learn more about our isolation valve types, applications, and design, please contact us today. We can help you find the best valve solution for your process system

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