Gate Valves are mainly used for various types of applications and are suitable for both underground and above-ground installation. Not least for underground installations, it is paramount for choosing the right type of valve for avoiding the extremely high replacement costs. Gate valves have been designed to be completely closed or open service. They are mainly installed in pipelines like isolating valves and must not be used as regulating or controlling valves. The operation of a gate valve is too performed in either clockwise to close or clockwise to open the rotating motion of the stem. When the valve stem is being operated, the gate moves up or downwards on the threaded part of the stem. Gate Valves are used often when minimum pressure loss and a free bore is required. When fully open, a typical valve will have no obstruction in the flow path which results in very low-pressure loss and this design also makes it possible for using a pipe-cleaning. A gate valve is a multiturn valve that means that the operation of the valve is performed with the help of a threaded stern. To go from open to the closed position the valve needs to turn several times, the slow operation also prevents the effects of water hammer. Irrigation products supplied by us have been designed specifically for outside water distribution systems, residential landscapes, irrigation in-ground applications, agricultural and commercial tracts, mining operations, and golf courses. Our supplied valves are made up of ductile iron, bronze, cast iron, PVC, or brass.