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Irrigation gate valve

Whether you're installing a new irrigation system or replacing an old one, choosing the right irrigation gate valve can be difficult. Here are a few things to remember.

Globe valves

Globe valves or an  irrigation gate valve for irrigation are a good choice among the various types of valves for applications where there are no large pressure changes. They are also used in applications where safety is of utmost importance.

A bulge on the valve's body inspired the name "globe valve." This bulge, which is shaped like two half-walls, prevents water from freely passing through the valve. The bonnet, stem, and disc are the valve's other components.

The stem is a shaft that controls the wedge's position. It has a stopper on one end. A wheel attaches this stopper to the stem. The stem can be threaded or not. In the valve, the disc is a small component that moves up and down. It could be either metallic or nonmetallic.

The distance between the disc and the seat determines how much liquid flows through a globe valve. The flow rate is also affected by the seat's position.

Why choose Alpine Flow Irrigation gate valve?

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