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Butterfly valves consist of a seal around a pipe wall, a round disc or plate, and a control lever. The valve’s disc rotates ninety degrees at the turn of the lever. Read More…

Butterfly Valve Manufacturers Butterfly valve manufacturers produce and assemble the components used in butterfly valves. Butterfly valves are flow control devices that regulate the current in pipes. These valves can be made of a variety of materials, including stainless steel, plastic and other metals.
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Grapevine, TX  |  817-421-5343

Butterfly Valves & Controls, Inc. has been a premier supplier of quality butterfly control valves and other related industrial components for 25 years. We carry only the best parts sourced from world-class butterfly valve manufacturers. Extended service life and safe operation are at the core of every valve manufactured/assembled. Our catalog includes a large selection of valves, actuators, controls, positioners, and more.

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Butterfly Valves & Controls, Inc. $$$

Cornelius, NC  |  800-511-0100

When it comes to butterfly valves, you have come to the right place! We have been producing excellent quality valves since we first opened our doors. All of our products are put through extensive rigorous testing before leaving our state of the art facility to further ensure 100% quality assurance! Allow us to show you the difference when you work with true professionals! Contact us via telephone or email or check out our website today!

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Valworx, Inc. $$$

Milford, MI  |  844-338-7423

Triad Process Equipment has been manufacturing and supplying high quality ball valves since 1990. We offer a wide selection of valves including 3 piece, flanged, high pressure, 4 way, cryogenic, grooved end, double union, V ball control and butterfly in addition to pneumatic and electric ball valve actuators. Other options include sanitary and industrial design and metal or cartridge seating.

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Triad Process Equipment, Inc. $$$

Houston, TX  |  281-894-5454

Our wafer butterfly valves are the result of years of research and refining the best manufacturing techniques. We believe in creating quality products that will last and do the job right. Meeting the demands of our customers is our top priority. We believe in providing quality products at affordable prices. Learn more about us when you give us a call today!

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Bray Controls $$$
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When the disc is parallel to the flow of water, the valve is in open position and lets all gases or liquids pass; when the handle is turned, the disc rotates around to a position parallel to the flow of water. It fits snugly into the seal and blocks all flow through the pipe. Butterfly valve manufacturers have a number of options for material when producing butterfly valves. Stainless steel butterfly valves are the most common, because they are naturally corrosion resistant, efficient, highly sanitary and require less maintenance then other materials. These valves are often found in water distribution pipes and chemical service vehicles.

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Cast iron butterfly valves are another material based style that is known for its strength and durability, although even when it is the main material for a valve, stainless steel or aluminum is used for the gasket since that needs a light and flexible metal. Plastic butterfly valves cost less to produce but are not as common as the metal valves, mostly because of the corrosion factor that is a common problem in piping.

Butterfly valves have advantages and disadvantages in comparison to other types of flow devices. They are efficient at blocking flow and do not result in leakage, but they are difficult to thoroughly clean and are therefore not appropriate for applications that require sterility, such as in the food or medical industry; although sterile metals, such as stainless steel, are occasionally used. Majority of the industrial companies that employ butterfly valves are manufacturing companies, chemical and water based companies and anything that has to do with pipes.

Depending on the size and shape of the pipe where the butterfly valve will be placed, the manufacturers can alter the butterfly valve design. If the environment is going to be high or low pressure, specific types of butterfly valves will be used, as is the case with different types of piping connections.

The winged and raised edges of flanged butterfly valves allow them to be attached between pipes, creating a leak resistant seal, while there are triple offset valves that seal the pipe in three different places, ensuring no leak will occur. Whatever the piping need, there is a butterfly valve to meet it.