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Blue gate valve

Choosing a blue gate valve is one of the most important decisions you'll make when building a water treatment system. The valve is an important component of your system because it controls the flow of water in your home and can also prevent leaks. There are several types of gate valves available, including full bore or through conduit gate valves, resilient seated gate valves, and rising stem gate valves. These valves are suitable for a wide range of applications and materials.

Rising stem gate valve

Rising stem gate valve are typically made of cast or forged steel. The valve body is precision cast and has precise geometric dimensions, so no finishing is required. The valve is suitable for a variety of applications and temperatures.

The valve stem is lifted out of the valve bonnet and the valve disc is removed from the flow path when the valve is opened. The relative rotational motion of the stem and gate determines the direction of the valve disc's movement. The stem and disc can both be throttled.

The height of the valve after it has been opened is usually a small fraction of its original height. The stem threads are exposed and susceptible to damage and corrosion.

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Full bore or through conduit

Through conduit blue gate valves have been used in a variety of industrial applications. They are used in the mining, petrochemical, power, and water supply industries. These valves are intended for straight fluid flow with minimal pressure drop. They are also suitable for long-distance travel.

Gate valves are easy to operate. To raise or lower the gate, twist the valve handle. They are used in a variety of industries, including water and wastewater treatment, mining, food and beverage production, and pharmaceuticals.

The valve body is constructed of tough metallic materials. It is completely enclosed to prevent fluid leakage. It can also withstand high pressure and temperature.

Gate valves are classified into two types: rising gate valve or rising stem and non-rising stem. In applications where space is limited, non-rising stem valves are used. They have opening and closing indicators, as well as a handle.

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