Industrial Valves and Actuators
At AIP, we believe in supplying best quality products to the customer with no compromise in any stage of production which may affect the quality of finished product. Valves act as veins in any system and we understand its importance.
Every step in manufacturing process is documented and recorded appropriately so that we can find out the faults in the system in no time. All types of testing according to the application of the valves are conducted at our testing centers and the reports of the same is provided to the customers.
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. There are several methods that can be used to classify valves including the control mechanism and valve function.
Valves are a part of many daily- used machines and can perform a variety of functions. The three common valve functions include stopping and starting flow, throttling (control) flow, and acting as a non-return check for flow (check).
Stop/Start valves are used for systems that do not need the flow throttled. The valve opens to allow the flow and closes to stop flow.
Throttle or control valves control the speed and capacity of flow through the system.
Industrial valves are of various types such as Gate Valves, Globe Valves, Ball Valves, Butterfly Valves, Check Valves, Pressure Valves, and Diaphragm Valves etc. These valves perform various functions working on a different working principle.
Ball Valves, used for flow control and whenever tight shut-off is required, have accounted for over 19% of the revenue share in 2014. In the recent years, there is a huge demand for butterfly valves as they are used extensively in the automation, oil & gas industries.