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Valves are a vital part of any piping system, which means that they play a key role in the oil and gas industry. They can be used to control flow rates, to isolate and protect equipment, and guide and direct the refining process of crude oil.

When used in a power plant, valves are applied to control almost every aspect of the operation. Valves, in conjunction with a controlling actuator, are used for pollution control, feed water, cooling water, chemical treatment, bottom ash, and turbine control systems.

Control Valves:

Control valves are valves that provide process control over flow rate, pressure, and temperature in the oil and gas industry.

Butterfly Valves:

Butterfly valves are used to isolate and modulate a variety of media with low pressure loss. The valve usually comes equipped with an actuator.

Ball Valves:

Ball valves are designed to control the flow of high pressure liquids and gases with minimal pressure drop. They are quick to open and close, and have a tight seal with low torque.

Globe Valves:

Globe valves are typically used for cooling water systems, transporting fuel oil and turbine lube oil systems, a globe valve is a linear motion valve used to stop, start and regulate flow.

Trunnion Mounted Ball Valves (Gas Valves):

Trunnion mounted ball valves are perfect for a wide range of applications among several oil and gas industries. Examples of oil and gas industries that utilize trunnion mounted ball valves include gas feed lines, field gas plants, industrial gas processing plants, oil refinery feedstock lines, and crude oil plants.

Check Valves:

Check valves are used to prevent reverse flow through the pipes. Their service helps to protect pumps and equipment that could be damaged by backflow, reducing maintenance and downtime of the system.