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Globe Valve Maritime & Energy
Globe Valve Oil & Gas - Energy
Globe Valve Dutcotennant
Globe Valve Dutcotennant LLC
Globe Valve Dutco
Globe Valve Dutco LLC

Introducing high-performance Stop Globe Valves (V46) and Control Valves (V40). Our industrial valves are designed to meet the highest demands of functionality, high pressures and high temperatures, making them suitable for use in power engineering, chemical industry, and other industries.

These valves are suitable for a range of fluids including water, steam, gas, other fluids, and seawater. Our valves feature a one-piece body that can be forged or cast depending on the nominal size and nominal pressure. The yoke-type bonnet is also cast or forged and connected to the body by a bolted or flanged joint.

The seat and disc are hard-faced, and the disc can be made as either a plug type disc (valves V46) or a regulating disc (valves V40). Valves with regulating discs have a linear regulating characteristic. Tightness is achieved by means of special graphite gaskets and packing rings. The stem of valve type V46.6 is designed with a bellow to achieve tightness. Our valves are also designed to be earthquake resistant.

Our Globe Valves and Control Valves can be operated manually with a hand wheel or chain wheel, or by using electric, pneumatic, or hydraulic actuators. Actuators can be located out of the valve for added convenience. Globe Valves can be equipped with a locking device, and position indicators are available upon request. Operation is dimensioned for working parameters according to EN 13709.

Our valves are subject to shell strength tests, shell tightness tests, seat tightness tests, and functionality tests according to EN 12266 using water as a standard. Other tests can also be performed upon request. The valves can be connected to piping using flanged ends according to EN 1092-1, ISO 7005-1, or GOST 12815-80, or welded ends according to EN 12627.

Both valves can be installed in any position, but the flow direction should correspond to the arrow on the valve body.