Control valves automatically regulate pressure and/or flow rate, and are available for any pressure. If different plant systems operate up to, and a pressure/temperature combinations that require Class 300 valves, sometimes (where the design permits), all control valves chosen will be Class 300 for interchange-ability. However, if none of the systems exceeds the ratings for Class 150 valves, this is not necessary.
Globe valves are normally used for control, and their ends are usually flanged for ease of maintenance. Depending on their type of supply, the disk is moved by a hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical or mechanical actuator. The valve modulates flow through movement of a valve plug in relation to the port(s) located within the valve body. The valve plug is attached to a valve stem, which, in turn, is connected to the actuator.
Irrigation Pumping Station Control valves are used to control and direct the water flow inside Irrigation Pumping Station. They control the water flow through a spherical ball or another mechanism.
Irrigation Pumping Station Control valves may be used to regulate process variables such as pressure and fluid flow. These Valves respond to signals of devices like Flow Meters or temperature gauges.
Dutco Tennant LLC provides Pneumatically-actuated Globe valves for controlling water flow in many Irrigation Pumping Stations. We provide Control valves for specific requirements. Control valves from world’s leading manufacturers are in our supply. Our Control valves are compatible with hydraulic actuators (also known as hydraulic pilots). These Valves have hydraulic actuators which act on pressure or flow changes and open or close the valve.
Our Control valves are a good solution for Irrigation Pumping Station. These Control valves may be widely used in Landscaping and Irrigation Pumping Station. These Valves give repeatable and consistent performance in every application! If your Irrigation Pumping Station pipes face high pressure, our pressure reducing valves become active and they ensure constant downstream pressure. Whatever the condition, or the application, our Valves always do better under pressure.
Do you want the water flow to reach a pre-set demand? Or do you want to stop the flow to a pre-set maximum level? Or, Do you want to prevent water loss from a downstream pipe break? You won’t have to worry about these tasks. Our company offers Flow control valves which are just fit for the purpose. Dutco Tennant LLC supplies Irrigation Pumping Station Control Valves, and you can rely on them to do exactly what you want – alleviate pressure and maintain differential pressure. You can use these Valves to maintain surges and other requirements as well. Our valves are reliable – talk to us today, and get the valve as per your need.