automatic control valve

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automatic control valve

A valve designed to control the flow of steam, water, gas, or other fluids, by means of a variable orifice which is positioned by an operator in response to signals from a sensor or controller.
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Industrial Control Valves Market: Key Market Drivers (Southeast Asia and Australia-New Zealand), 2011-2017
The Mark 100 delivers higher capacity in a valve than conventional globe control valves in sizes 6-16 inches and pressure classes 150-600.
Tenders are invited for Village Control Valves, Lump Sum General Construction
to supply two 24-inch, ANSI 600 ball-type flow control valves on the reverse flow and upgrade of the pipeline from the Caribbean to the Pacific.
Tenders are invited for Overhauling of Stop and Control valves in Unit-1,2and 3.
Cyclonic control valves are available in 1- to 4-inch sizes.
Currently located in Honeywell's Maintal plant near Frankfurt, this industrial control-valve business comprises the design, manufacture and marketing of general-service control valves and positioner products that primarily serve the refining, chemical-processing and pharmaceutical industries.
The robust and proven design of the SVI II AP makes it the ideal choice for applications such as anti-surge control valves and offers customers a low total cost of ownership.
Jordan Valve now provides globe style control valves with integral flanges from 1.
19 /PRNewswire/ -- Control Valves is an important new addition to ISA's Practical Guide Series (PGS).
Dresser Masoneilan will provide control valves and supply operational service and support for the estimated 60-year life of the reactors.