What is a Check Valve?
A Check valve is a one-way valve that permits liquid to pass through it. The body of these valves has two openings, one for fluid to enter and the other for fluid to exit. Check valves are self-contained and do not require any external control. A check valve is also known as a one-way valve or a non-return valve. Backflow is prevented by the installation of check valves in pipelines. It’s a one-way valve, which means it only functions one way. The flow can run freely in one direction, but if the flow turns, the valve will close to protect the piping, other valves, and pumps. These valves execute traditional functions in a more complex manner. In the event of a brake failure, check valves are the best piece of equipment on the market for preventing the reverse flow of gas, fluid, and air. These self-activating dependent valves start and stop the liquid flow. In the water and industrial industries, check valves are commonly used.
What are the Types of Check Valve?
Ball Check Valve
Swing Check Valve
Lift Check Valve
Silent check valve
Pressure seal check valve
Tilting disc check valve
Non slam swing check valve
Dual plate check valve
Forged Steel Check Valve
Tilting Disc Check Valve
Where is Check Valve Applied?
Marine & Mining
Pulp & Paper mill
Industrial Chemical Piping
Oil, Gas, Petrochemical Plant
Textile and Process Industries
Thermal and Nuclear Power Plant
What are the advantages of Check Valve?
Acts as a backup system
Prevents water backflow
They can be used both horizontally and vertically while maintaining pressure.
allows for total and unrestricted flow
What are the Disadvantages of Check Valve?
Check Valve throttling is limited to low differential pressure; cavitation and blocked flow are two possible problems.
Flow turbulence guides and influences the movement of the butterfly valve disc.
Why Choose us?
SVR’s valves are the answer to all of your industrial requirements. We offer cost-effective valves without sacrificing quality. Custom-designed valves are also available. We devote additional time and resources to ensuring that our valves can resist harsh environments. Our valves are custom-made to fulfil the demands of a wide range of industries.
Body Material: Cast Iron and Cast Steel (LF2, A216, WCB, WCC, LCB, LCC, WC6, WC9), Ductile Iron, Stainless Steel [SS316, SS304, SS316L, SS904L, CF8, CF8M, F304, F316, F31L, F91), DUPLEX AND Super duplex STEEL [ F51, F53,F55 ] Forged Steel A105, A105N, F11, F22, F304, F316, F91] , Alloy20 , Hastelloy ALBR.
Size: DN15 to DN2000”
Class: 150 to 2500; PN10 to PN-450
Ends: Threaded, socket weld, butt weld, flanged, lug, wafer