Valves


Ball Valves

Ball valves are mainly used for air, gaseous, drains and vents in liquid, other fluid services and steam service. They have a quick quarter turn on/off operation and a tight sealing with low torque in a small size. Produced entirely under CE certification, KLINGER ball valves meet highest degrees of specification in industries ranging from industrial to petrochemical use.


Butterfly Valves

One of KLINGER's most recent additions to a specialized fluid control portfolio, butterfly valves offer a variety of economical and technical advantages where media or pressure requirements do not recommend ball valves. The Butterfly vallve is applicated in slurry& vacuum services and in high pressure and high temperature as well as cooling water, air and gases.


Plug Valves

The Plug valve is a cylindrical, tapered valve that is raised or lowered within a seat to maintain, restrict, or completely shut off flow. Typicall applications of Plug valves are air, gaseous, oil and vacuum systems with the advantage of minimal resistance to flow and a smaller size than most other valves.


Pinch Valves

A pinch valve is a control regulator or taps that controls fluid flow. They are ideally suited for a broad class of applications in industries and can control abrasive, corrosive and fibrous products, granules, powders and slurries. Pinch valves are used in ceramic, glass, plastic, beverage, chemical and food industries.


Check Valves

Check valves are "automatic" valves that open with forward flow and close with reverse flow. The pressure of the fluid passing through a system opens the valve, while any reversal of flow will close the valve. Exact operation will vary depending on the type of check valve mechanism. Most common types of Check valves are swing, lift (piston and ball), butterfly, stop and tilting-disk.