Other Valves

T. Brighton are experts in the field of industrial valves. As well as the types mentioned above, we can also supply any other type of valve you require including;

•    Angle-Seat Valves:
Utilize an ultra-compact actuator to move a piston back and forth within the valve body. On/off control and continuous control designs are available for gases, steam, and liquids. The construction of the body allows extremely high flow rates, particularly in comparison to conventional globe valves.

•    Diaphragm Valves / Pinch valves:
Use a flexible diaphragm to shut off flow. The centre of the diaphragm is pushed down onto a seat. Pinch valves use a screw to restrict the flow through a flexible section of pipe within the valve (rather like a mangle!). Use these valves for fluids that are dirty or have a high particulate content.

•    Elliptic Valves:
Similar to ball valves except elliptic valves use an elliptic O-ring to seal the cylinder during rotation. The seal design makes these valves ideal for vacuum applications.

•    Manifold Valves:
Have one common port to two or more additional ports. For mixing, use the common port as the outlet; for distributing, use the common port as the inlet.

•    Metering Valves:
Multi-turn valves designed to regulate the flow of fluid. These valves generally have low flow rates and high pressure differentials.

•    Needle Valves:
Feature the most accurate flow control among the valves we offer. They are an excellent choice for precise metering of liquids or gases.

•     Plug Valves:
Used primarily for on/off service. Controls flow using a plug with a hole through it, and operate on a quarter turn. The plug is lubricated to facilitate easy movement and to maintain the seal. Plugs can be made of rigid materials such as Teflon¨, making them ideal for high-purity applications.

•    Pressure Valves:
Designed to control or limit pressure not flow in a system. These self-actuating valves will either open a relief port or bypass the fluid when a preset limit is reached.

•    Proportioning Valves:
Designed to produce variable flow rates. Valves open and close in proportion to the signal from your controller.

•    Sample Valves:
Special three-way valve designed to tap off a portion of the main flow for sampling purposes.

•    Sanitary Valves:
Feature Tri-Clamp connections and 316 stainless steel body construction for sanitary and high purity applications.

•    Solenoid Valves (Direct Lift):
Use a plunger that is actuated to open or close the fluid path. These valves usually have low flow rates and high differential pressure drops. They generally have quicker response time than pilot-operated valves.

•    Solenoid Valves (Pilot-Operated):
Utilize pressure created by air or liquids for actuation purposes. These valves are either piston or diaphragm types and require differential pressure to keep valve closed. Because they don’t have a plunger, they are usually available in larger orifice sizes than direct lift valves.

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