Gate, Globe & Check Valves

Gate, globe & check valves are some of the most widely utilised valve equipment within pipeline arrangements.

Commonly gate & check valves are used to prevent flow. Check valves being specifically utilised to prevent backflow in a system and provide protection to pipeline equipment whose flow preference may be in one direction only. Gate valves are generally utilised as an isolation valve to prevent or allow flow through a pipeline. Gate valves are commonly used within low pressure applications as they do have a tendency to “chatter” at higher pressure flows, they can however be effectively utilised in severe temperature applications.

Globe valves can be utilised as an off/on valve or as a flow regulating valve in throttling applications. Globe valves have two key features which allow them to be highly effective in throttling applications; a movable plug / disc and a valve seat which is parallel (rather than perpendicular to the fluid flow).

Gate & globe valves can be constructed in a variety of ways to ensure functionality and suitability for the desired service, such construction options include:

  • Bolted or welded bonnets
  • Pressure seal bonnet
  • OS&Y stem
  • Non-rising stem
  • Cryogenic
  • Oxygen service

All our valves can be manufactured to suit your desired connections including but not limited to:

  • Raised face
  • Ring joint
  • Flat face
  • Butt-weld
  • Socket-weld


Parallel Gates – Knife Gate Valves, Through Conduit
Wedge Gates – Split Wedge, Solid Wedge, Flexible Wedge

Tee Pattern Design, Angle Pattern Design, Wye Pattern Design

Swing Check, Piston Check, Dual Plate Check, Ball Check, Single Spring Disc Style


We are able to provide both forged and cast materials depending on your requirements, some of the most common materials include:

Cast / Ductile Iron
Carbon Steel (including Low Temperature Service)
Stainless Steel
Duplex Stainless Steels
Alloys (ie. Bronze, Brass)
Exotic Alloys (ie. Monel, Hastelloy, Titanium)


ASME Class 150 thru to 4500

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