Products & Services: Valves & Fluid Control

March 1, 2018
Collection of valves and fluid control-related products and services for the industrial water and wastewater market.

Valve connector

The new Series 5K DIN valve connector from Canfield Connector provides snug and secure pin contacts on solenoid spades. The 5K runs one wire rather two from the MCCR device to the control box, which reduces moisture intrusion in the box and saves on labor costs. It can be manufactured in a range of plastic housing materials for compatibility with high temperatures and various chemical applications. In addition, the 5K has a rugged “straight-line” interface/cord configuration that is versatile for various applications including installation in many limited-space situations.

Canfield Connector

Circle No. 106 on Reader Service Card

Remote position indication for manual valves

The Rotork SPI Smart Position Indicator provides a more reliable and accurate open/close position indication solution for multi-turn valves than previously available equipment. Limit switches or sensors for remote indication are located and terminated internally so no external junction box is required to connect to a Distributed Control System. Position is mechanically displayed locally via a large display dial. The maintenance-free unit is housed in a robust anodized aluminum enclosure that is environmentally sealed to IP 67. It is available in variants designed for service in either hazardous or non-hazardous areas.


Circle No. 107 on Reader Service Card

Ball valves

Val-Matic Ball Valves are available in a wide range of sizes and pressure classes. EnerG® AWWA Resilient Seated Ball Valves and QuadroSphere® Trunnion Mounted Ball Valves are designed to provide both on-off and process control functions in municipal and industrial systems. Built using advanced manufacturing technologies and certified to rigorous AWWA, ASME and API industry standards, the valves assure reliable performance in numerous applications and media including liquids, gases and slurries. The valve seating systems are built with corrosion- and wear-resistant materials and tested to provide positive seating.


Circle No. 108 on Reader Service Card

Bellows control valve

Bürkert’s Type 2380 is a hygienic 2-way bellows control valve for small flow rates. It is a pneumatically actuated process valve with a single action membrane drive. A PTFE bellows ensures the reliable separation of the media from the drive. The valve is constructed in full compliance with hygienic design requirements and is ideal for demanding control tasks with small flow rates, for which membrane valves are not suitable. The bellows control valve is available in diameters from DN6 to DN20 and can be combined with seat diameters from 3 mm to 10 mm.

Bürkert Fluid Control Systems

Circle No. 109 on Reader Service Card

Curved bill check valve

The Tideflex® TF-1 Check Valve from Red Valve features a bill is formed into a curve that returns to a closed position every time, achieving the tightest possible seal for backflow operations, particularly at low flow rates. The flat-bottomed design allows installation where the invert of the pipe is close to the floor. A strong spine provides long-term performance while handling water weight.

Red Valve

Circle No. 110 on Reader Service Card

Calibration cylinders

Thermoplastic calibration columns from Plast-O-Matic are a quick and convenient way to measure or verify pump flow rates, chemical dosing, or chemical feed systems with higher accuracy. Designed for precise, efficient testing with a variety of installation options, they feature all-PVC construction for wide range of liquids. They are pressure rated to 75 PSI, and a 60-second test period provides superior accuracy to shorter test periods.

Plast-O-Matic Valves

Circle No. 111 on Reader Service Card

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