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At Winnellie Valve and Process, we supply quality Manifold Valves in a range of design types to suit all applications. If you’re looking to buy Manifold Valves in Australia, you need look no further than our extensive product range. If you’re unsure about which type of Manifold Valves 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.
Manifold Valves are designed for direct mounting to pressure transmitters so the process media can be isolated from the pressure instrumentation. They are available in either2, 3 or 5 valve designs, depending on the isolation and venting requirements. The manifold combines valves in a single body, with each valve having separate openings and control. Common valves for the manifolds include Bleed Valves and Needle Valves.
2Valve Manifolds block and bleed with pressure instrumentation, combining an isolation valve and bleed valve.
3Valve Manifolds block and equalise pressure with differential pressure instrumentation, designed with 1 equalising valve and 2 blocking valves.
5Valve Manifolds block, bleed and equalise pressure with differential pressure instrumentation. They’re designed with 1 equalising valve, 2 block valves and 2 bleed valves.
All manifold designs are shut-off devices so you are able to remove the attached instrument without disrupting the process of the application. Block and Bleed Manifold Valves are used to isolate or block upstream process media and allow bleeding or venting of the remaining fluid on the downstream side of the manifold. To buy the right Manifold Valve for your application, contact one of our valve experts today.
Manifold Valves are commonly used to isolate process instrumentation such as pressure gauges or pressure transmitters in order for them to be safely removed for repair or replacement. The advantage of Manifold Valve systems is their flexibility. They help you easily interchange different instrumentation to customise the circuit and number of actuators if necessary.
It’s always best practice to have a qualified technician install your valves for industrial applications. However, if you want to be able to install a Manifold Valve yourself, contact a valve expert to guide you through the process. Winnellie Valves and Process also provide valve training courses for all types of valves.