Automatic Control Valves, Flow Control valve

Automatic Control Valves

Automatic Flow Control Valve

A flow control valve regulates the flow or pressure of a fluid. Flow Control valves normally respond to signals generated by independent devices such as flow meters or temperature gauges. Control valves are normally fitted with actuators and positioners. Pneumatically-actuated globe valves are widely used for control purposes in many industries, although quarter-turn types such as (modified) ball and butterfly valves are also used.

Control valves can also work with hydraulic actuators (also known as hydraulic pilots). These types of valves are also known as Automatic Control Valves. The hydraulic actuators will respond to changes of pressure or flow and will open/close the valve.

Automatic Control Valves do not require an external power source, meaning that the fluid pressure is enough for opening and closing the valve.

Click here for a control valve cross reference guide.

Click here for the Automatic Control Valve Pricelist.

Automatic control valves include:

C000 - Main Control Valve body

C100 - Pressure Reducing Valves

C200 - Altitude valves

C300 - Backpressure Sustaining Valves

C400 - Pressure Relief Valves

C500 - Surge Arrestor/Anticipating Valves

C600 - Pump Control Valves

C700 - Float/Level Control Valves

C800 - Solenoid Control Valves

C900 - Flow Control Valve, Maximum Rate Control

C1000 - Hydraulic Check Valves

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