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Level Control

Float controlled valves combine the advantages of excellent hydraulic control valves with the simplicity of mechanical floats. 

The ability to separate the main valve from the float enables eliminating most of the installation and maintenance problems associated with mechanical float valves.

Level Control Valve with Modulating Horizontal Float is used to control reservoir filling to maintain constant water level regardless of fluctuating demand.

Pressure Reducing

Maintaining hydraulic balance in water transmission and distribution systems is crucial to system efficiency.

Pressure Reducing Valves help accomplish this by reducing high inlet pressure to a lower constant predetermined delivery pressure.

They are the most commonly used control valves.

Pump Control Active Check valves

Pump Control Valves protect pumps, pipelines, and other system components by isolating the pipeline from the sudden velocity changes associated with pump starting and stopping.

The “Active Check Valve” logic of operation, is the method of pumping system control that prevents surges rather than eliminating them.

Quick Relief

Quick Pressure Relief Valves protect pumps and water distribution systems from extreme situations by relieving the excessive pressure immediately. 

It opens fully in case of a sudden pressure peak and closes drip tight when the pressure level does not exceed the pre-set pressure level.

Solenoid Control

Solenoid Control Valves are simple electrically activated on/off valves that can be of critical importance in controlling flow in every water system. 

The electrical signal used to activate the solenoid can be sent from timers, relays, clocks, pressure, level or flow transmitters, etc.

Surge Anticipating

Abrupt pump stopping is followed by a pressure drop as the water column continues traveling along the line. 

The returning column hits the closed pump check valve, creating a high pressure surge wave, which travels at up to 4 Mach.

Eliminating such surge requires anticipation and pre-action.

Surge Anticipating Valves react to the pressure drop, accepting the returning column while already open, thus eliminating the surge.