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Process Valve Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of process valve manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top process valve manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any process valve company can design, engineer, and manufacture process valves to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach process valve companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of proportional process valves, plastic food processing valves, inline process valve controlled by foot.

  • Irvine, CA 949-458-3731

    Our process valves are unmatched in the industry! We make sure that we are delivering the perfect product at the right price. Our deals are unbeatable when it comes to process valves. All of our products are dedicated to revamping the industry. We have been serving the industry for years and have the experience you need when it comes to making the right part. For more information, visit our website today and check out our products!

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  • Carol Stream, IL 630-629-9900

    Founded in 1981, Frain Industries has grown over the years into the world's largest provider of high quality pre-owned packaging and processing machinery. Our equipment spans hundreds of categories and brands, including diaphragm valves, cappers, cartoners, cup fillers, and labelers. We don’t sell machinery “as is.” We verify that it will work for you and customize it to meet your needs. Contact us today to learn more!

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  • Irvine, CA 714-731-8800

    GF Piping Systems is an experienced manufacturer who has been providing the valve industry with highly-efficient products since 1802. We manufacture a wide variety of ball valves, including 3 way ball valves, plastic ball valves and actuated valves. Call us for innovative solutions for all of your valve needs.

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  • Livonia, MI 734-427-0340

    At Century Instrument Company we are dedicated to getting our customers the process valves they need, when they need them and at prices they can afford. Here, if there is a problem with one of our products, first we will correct that problem and then discuss the issues that created the problem. For service you can depend on, call or visit Century Instrument’s website today.

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

Burkert: Developing intelligent control for food processors

9 January 2015 The general trends in the automation of food processing have been heading towards more precise control and more information being gathered at device level. It is important for process engineers to appreciate which control structure would be most appropriate for their particular application. Process control infrastructure has seen many advances in terms of design, efficiency and reliability, where better control has also paved the way for continuous processes, reduced waste, improved hygiene and greater efficiency. In addition, the amount of information available from local devices... Read More

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Process Valves

Process valves include any type of mechanical device that can stop, start, or regulate the flow of liquid, gas, solid material, or steam. These valves are attached to one or more ports or passageways through which a substance flows.

Process valves are used in procedures involving chemical or mechanical steps to aid in the manufacture of a wide range of items. Some common process valve types include ball valves, poppet valves, gate valves, diverter valves, butterfly valves, and sanitary valves. There are a variety of materials used to produce process valves, depending on what their specific task will be. Matching the material with the task is important, because incompatible materials can contaminate the source if the valve is damaged as a result. Possible process valve materials include copper, steel, stainless steel, brass, PVC and cast iron. Industries which use process valves can include mining, pulp and paper, chemical, waste treatment, food and beverage production, powder and bulk processing, and many others.



Process Valves
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Process Valves - International Polymer Solutions
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