Materials: Steel, Stainless Steel, Bronze , Monel , Hastelloy, Duplex, Super Duplex
Connection: Flanged, Welded, Threaded
Drive Unit :
Temperature: (-50 °C )–(+560 °C)
Nominal Diameter: DN 15 – 1200
Rated Pressure: PN 16 – 500




Steel, Stainless Steel, Monel, Hastelloy, Duplex, Super Duplex

Connection :

Flanged, BW

Actuation :


Temperature :

max. (+550 °C)

Nominal Diameter:

2″ – 36″

Rating :

Class 150 – 2500

What is a Check Valve?


The valve that used to prevent backflow in a piping system is known as a check valve. It is also known as a non-return valve or NRV. The pressure of the fluid passing through a pipeline opens the valve, while any reversal of flow will close the valve.


It allows full unobstructed flow and automatically shuts as pressure decreases. The exact operation will vary depending on the mechanism of the valve.


Parts of Non-Return Valve


It is consists of body, cover, disk or Ball , hinge pin, and seat ring. In the image below you can see the parts of the valve.


Types of Valves


The type of disk will decide the type of valve. Most common types of Check valves are


Swing Type.

. Top Hinged

. Tilting disk

Lift Type

. Piston Type

. Ball type

Dual Plate Type

Stop Check Valve


Applications Area


On all Sectors and Applications must be use Check Valves


Advantages and Diasadvantages


Can you guess why I have not mentioned any advantages or disadvantages of the check valve?

The only function of a Non-return valve is to prevent backflow. There is no better alternative. Yes, you can choose the best NRV from the various available type that you have learned but you cannot supplement the Non-return valve with another valve.