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Control Valves

Control valves types are used in a wide range of applications, including oil and gas production, chemical processing, power generation, and water treatment. They can be manually operated or automated, with pneumatic or electric actuators.

Control valves are used in a wide range of applications, including oil and gas production, chemical processing, power generation, and water treatment. They can be manually operated or automated, with pneumatic or electric actuators.

Some common types of control valves include globe valves, butterfly valves, ball valves, and diaphragm valves. The choice of valve type depends on the specific application, as well as the operating conditions and process requirements.

Single Seated Control Valve

The body channel of the single-seat control valve is S-streamlined, and the top guiding structure is used.

Double Seated Control Valve

The double-seated control valve is the best option for control valve applications where a tight shut-off is not strictly.

Three Way Control Valves

The Three-Way Control Valve serves the same purpose as two conventional, opposite-acting two-way valves.

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