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At Winnellie Valve and Process, we supply quality Instrument Valves in a range of design types to suit all applications. If you’re looking to buy Instrument Valves in Australia or online, you need look no further than our extensive product range.If you’re unsure about which type of Instrument Valve you need for your application, or would simply like more information and guidance, Winnellie Valve and Process are only too happy to chat through your options with you.
Process equipment that measures and controls utilises a wide range of gauges and instruments to provide manual or electronic feedback from the process. Instrument Valves provide controlled isolation as well as being used to control media in a process. These valves are generally small, however there are custom variants that can be a lot bigger for certain applications.
Instrument Valves have three basic configurations, the simplest being the isolation valve which provides isolation of a connected gauge or instrument to the process piping and has a single inlet and outlet.
Another variant of an Instrument Valve is one that also provides isolation but also has an added port on the outlet side where the instrument or gauge connects to – such as a Double Block and Bleed Valve. This port provides a vent to ensure there is no build-up in pressure in the gauge / instrument that is being removed.
The last type of Instrument Valves are multi-port valves with one inlet and three outlets – and are often referred to as Gauge Root Valves and can serve many more purposes than the other two types of valves and are convenient for being able to have additional instruments, gauges and valves attached.
There are many different types of Instrumentation Valves where instrumentation measurement follows. These types of valves include:
Do you require assistance to buy the right type of Instrument Valve for your business? Contact a Winnellie Valves and Process valve expert today so they can help guide you to choosing the right valve for your application. Did you know that we also provide training on valve and process applications? Find out more about our training services.
Instrument Valves are widely used in industrial processes and are frequently designed to accommodate high pressures for liquids and gases. They are popular in many industries such as oil and gas, petrochemical, chemical, pulp and paper and mining.
If you are unsure if an Instrument Valve is right for your application, contact a valve expert today for more information.
When selecting an instrument valve, consider the construction materials that are compatible with the process media you are using and the type of application you are applying the valve to. You also need to think about if the valve will be able to handle the operating temperature and pressure of the process. For more information on what type of Instrument Valve you require and tips on how to maintain your valves, contact a Winnellie Valves and Process expert today.
Instrument Valves, like many other types of valves, both require regular servicing and maintenance if you want to extend their service life. There are a few different types and sizes of Instrument Valves available so it’s best to get in touch with a valve specialist so you can ensure you are getting the right product for your application.
To know more about how long you can expect your valves to last for your application, contact one of our valve and process experts. There are a few different types and sizes of Instrument Valves available so it’s best to get in touch with a valve specialist so you can ensure you are getting the right product for your application. For more information on what type of Instrument Valves you require and tips on how to maintain your valves, contact a Winnellie Valves and Process expert today.