There are different types of flow control valves. In general they are used to regulate the flow of a fluid, behaving like a variable area orifice, which modifies the pressure loss, as marked by a controller signal. Thanks to them, the flow rate and other factors such as pressure, temperature or level can be regulated.
They must resist the temperature and the pressure of the fluid without losses; have an adequate size for the flow to be controlled; withstand erosion or corrosion produced by the fluid.
What control valves do we usually design and manufacture at Valfonta?
At Valfonta we are specialists in pressure reducing and relief valves. We have been designing and manufacturing these components for many years for all types of fluid systems. We started working in 1962 and, over time, we have been expanding and improving our valves until we became a benchmark in the sector. At present, we have a wide catalog of reducing, relief or excess pressure valves, and we have also put a great part of our effort in the development of control valves with pneumatic actuator. On the other hand, we also usually design customized valves for each customer. We work for different sectors and export our products throughout the national territory.
We know that all these valves can cause some confusion if the sector is not fully understood. If you have any questions or concerns about which types of control valves will work best for your installation, don’t waste any more time and contact us. You can do this by calling +34 933 720 888, sending an email to email@example.com, or by clicking on the link below.
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