Globe Valves

 

Materials: Pig Weave, Ductile Iron Weave, Steel, Stainless Steel, Bronze, Monel, Hastelloy , Duplex , Super Duplex
Connection: Flanged, Welded, Threaded
Drive Unit: Manual, Electric, Pneumatic, Hydraulic
Temperature: (-200 °C) –( +700 °C)
Nominal Diameter: DN 15 – DN 600
Rated Pressure: PN 10 -PN 500

 

Materials:

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

Connection:

Flanged, Welded, Threaded

Drive Unit:

Flanged, Welded, Threaded

Temperature:

max.  (+600 °C)

Nominal Diameter:

1/2″ – 24″

Rated Pressure:

Class 150 – 2500

 

Globe Valves

Globe Valves are among the trendiest valve types used in a multitude of applications. These valves are a unit of space, like slide valves, and use linear motion to throttle the flow. They are used to manage flow in an extreme pipeline and regulate it by the position of a movable disk (or plug) relative to the fixed ring seat. The most important advantage of the ball valve is that it does not leak at the maximum amount as alternative valves.

 

Globe valves can be used in all applications and fluids, but the most important feature is their adjustment and control capabilities.

 

Advantages

Globe valves have good control ability and full closing feature.

The opening-closing time is shorter.

Its design is less complex.

It will be used as a stop check valve.

contain positive closure

 

Disadvantages

Pressure loss is higher since the flow does not follow a “S” shaped, straight path.

they need high torque for shutdown

 

Applications:

In general, Globe valves are used as isolation valves in all kinds of sectors and applications, and in fact, as separate and control valves due to their control capability as designed.