A Valve is a mechanical device that controls the flow of fluids such as gases, liquids, and slurries. We use them in a wide range of applications, including industrial machinery, plumbing systems, and oil and gas pipelines.
There are many different types of valves, each designed for specific applications.
The most common types include gate valves, globe valves, ball valves, butterfly valves, and check valves. The use of gate valves controls the flow of fluid by raising or lowering a gate or wedge. Globe valves, on the other hand, regulate the flow of fluids and have a spherical body. Ball valves have a ball-shaped disc that rotates to allow or block the flow of fluid. Butterfly valves use a disc that rotates along a central axis to regulate the flow of fluid. They do this while checking valves allow fluid to flow in only one direction.
A valve is an essential component in many industrial processes.
Valves have the ability to control the flow of materials through pipelines. They are also able to regulate the pressure of gases and liquids, and prevent backflow. Additionally, they can isolate a section of a pipeline or divert the flow of material into a different pipeline.
Many household applications use valves. Plumbing systems use them to control water flow in faucets and showerheads, while gas lines use them to regulate natural gas flow to appliances like stoves and water heaters.
Overall, valves are crucial components in many different industries and applications. They play a vital role in controlling the flow of fluids and ensuring the safe and efficient operation of machinery and systems.
Circle seal Relief Valves 500 Series (cracking pressure) details: Popoff or inline valves. Adjustable crack pressure. Zero leakage. Optional factory preset. Accurate set pressure. Wide
Hoke Ball and Poppet Check Valves 6100 & 6200 Series details: Ball and poppet designs are standard. Poppet models provide large flow with minimum chatter
Hoke Inline -, Removable- and Bypass Micron Filters 6300 Series details: Choice 6310 inline, 6320 removable, or 6330 bypass series. Bypass models permit purging and
Hoke 2- and 3-Way 3-Piece Bolted Ball Valves 7 Series details: Live-loaded seats provide zero leakage and long cycle life. Safety blowout-proof, grounded stem prevents
Hoke Needle Valves for Sour Gas Service 2700 Series details: All wetted components constructed of high chrome, high nickel austenitic stainless steel for uniform chemical
Hoke Forged Body Needle Valves 3700, 3800, 3900 Series details: Dyna-Pak® packing provides leak-tight seal and low operating torque. Choice of PCTFE, regulating, Vee-point, or
Hoke Milli-Mite® Forged Metering Valves 1300 Series details: Accurate metering and consistent reproducibility of fl ow settings. Precision orifice and close thread tolerances eliminate hysteresis.
Hoke Micro-Mite® Forged Metering Valves 1600 Series details: Low internal volume for accurate flow. New dial indicator provides instant reading of stem position. Non-rotating stem
Hoke Flomite® 2-way Integral Panel Mount 71 Series details: Used for quick on-off service with a visual indication of flow, HOKE’s 2-way ball valves offer
Hoke Selectomite® 3-Way Ball Valves 71 and 76 Series details: Selectomite 3-way ball valves use 180° operation for diverting flow from one line to another.
Hoke Multimite® 4- and 5-Way Trunnion Valves 79 Series details: Trunnion bearings eliminate galling. Blowout-proof stem. Spring-loaded ball engages every 90° to indicate full port