TVCCL Valves play a large role in most industries. TVCCL Valves serve a variety of purposes in the industrial, engineering, manufacturing and scientific communities. Selecting the right valve can determine the success or failure of the system or process.
The main purpose of a valve is to control media flow through a system. The valve may be used to start, stop, or throttle the flow to ensure safe and efficient operation of the process. To learn more about the mechanisms that valves use to control flow, please read Valve Types.
There are a large variety of valves and valve configurations to suit all services and conditions; different uses (on/off, control), different fluids (liquid, gas etc; combustible, toxic, corrosive etc) different materials and different pressure and temperature conditions. Valves are for starting or stopping flow, regulating or throttling flow, preventing back flow or relieving and regulating pressure in fluid or gaseous handling applications. Common valve types include: Ball Valve, Butterfly Valve, Check Valve, Gate Valve, Globe Valve, Knife Gate Valve, etc.
The following types of valves are used in a variety of applications, these descriptions may provide a basic guideline in the selection of valves.
Below are a few examples of the many industries in which valves play a major role in proper operation.