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Manual gate valve

Although there are a few considerations, using a manual gate valve to regulate the flow of fluids within a system can be a simple way to save money. First, you must comprehend the various stem types that are available, such as flanged, flanged with wedge, ridged, and parallel stems. Finding the right valve for your needs is crucial because they each have their own distinctive advantages.

Risen stem

Compared to non-rising stem gate valves, rising stem valves are a simpler design to lubricate and are easy to identify when they are in the open or closed position. They are also widely used in various types of applications.

When the air release valve is opened, the stem and handwheel move upwards, pulling the gate up. The handwheel also rotates the stem in an anticlockwise direction. The handwheel is attached to a bushing at the top of the valve yoke.

Rising stem valves are used in a variety of applications, including waterworks and plumbing. They are also used in high pressure applications. They can be made from cast iron, steel, or bronze. They are also available with various design options. They are commonly used in water treatment systems, power plants, and offshore applications.

Aside from the type of material used, there are also different designs for the valve stem. The valve stem can either be a threaded sleeve or an integral part of the valve body.

Why choose Alpine Flow Manual gate valve?

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