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Plastic Valves

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Plastic Valves

Whether in the chemical process industry, microelectronics or water treatment, our plastic valves can lock, control, and dose to suit a range of applications, from a simple, manually operated shut-off valve to a fully automated valve.

Industrial plastic valves play a crucial role in various industries. These valves are specifically designed to meet the demands of industries where fluid resistance, corrosion resistance, and long service life are essential.

Some of the key advantages of plastic valves (particularly PVC materials) are:

  • Strong corrosion resistance
  • Excellent chemical resistance
  • Exceptional weather resistance
  • Durable and reliable in a wide range of harsh environments

Plastic valves in industrial settings offer numerous benefits, such as reduced maintenance costs, improved efficiency, and increased operational safety. Their light weight construction also makes installation more accessible and cost-effective.

As such, these industrial plastic valves are a valuable asset in various industrial applications.

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Plastic Butterfly Valves

Plastic butterfly valves are a reliable and efficient alternative to metal valves in many applications, providing corrosion resistance.
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Plastic Check Valves

Plastic check valves are crucial in a wide range of industries where fluid flow control and system integrity are essential, offering reliable backflow.
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Plastic Diaphragm Valves

Plastic diaphragm valves are widely used in industries that require precise flow control. They are designed with a flexible diaphragm.

FAQ's

The material used in industrial plastic valves is essential. A suitable material will ensure the valve is durable and reliable and offers strong corrosion resistance. For this reason, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is a popular choice.

This versatile polymer offers excellent chemical stability and resistance to weathering, making it ideal for use in damp or humid environments. PVC also has incredible mechanical strength, making it suitable for manual and automated valves.

Reverse flow is also crucial for plastic valves, as it determines the valve’s ability to prevent backflow. PVC is often combined with other materials, such as polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) and thermoplastic elastomers (TPE), to ensure a tight seal and reliable reverse flow performance. This combination of materials creates a strong resistance to reverse flow, allowing the valve to perform safely in demanding applications.

Our company offers industrial plastic valves that meet international standards, such as ANSI, DIN and ISO. We design all our valves carefully to ensure optimal performance across various industries and applications.

Yes, plastic water valves are good.

Plastic water valves offer numerous advantages over traditional metal valves, making them an excellent choice for many industrial settings. Plastic materials are more lightweight and cost-effective than metal valves, providing unbeatable corrosion and chemical resistance. This makes them ideal for use in harsh environments where temperatures fluctuate drastically.

Another advantage of plastic water valves is their strong corrosion resistance. Unlike metal valves, which can be prone to rust and deterioration over time, they have excellent corrosion resistance. This makes them ideal for use in environments where exposure to moisture or chemicals is common.

Additionally, plastic water valves exhibit impressive weather resistance. They can withstand extreme temperatures without compromising their functionality or structural integrity. This flexibility of temperature range ensures that these valves can be used in hot and cold climates without any issues.

It’s important to note that while plastic water valves offer many benefits, choosing the right type of valve is crucial based on your needs and requirements. 

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