Instrumentation Valves & Fittings
Our Process-to-Instrument valves are designed for use primarily in a process line for a wide variety of media. They are available in multiple configurations, end connection sizes and materials.

Our Process-to-Instrument valves are available in a range of materials and sizes. Full material traceability is standard, along with compliance to NACE MR-0175.

Ball Valves

Instrument Ball Valves are designed to isolate the flow of high-pressure liquids and gases. They also feature a “straight-through” flow path to ensure high flows with minimum pressure drop.
Our Instrument Ball Valve has come with a wide variety of port sizes, end connections, style, and temperature and pressure tolerance.
We can offer instrument ball valves for use in almost any process application.
Ball Valves
Needle Valves

Needle Valves

Needle Valve uses a small, tapered ‘Needle’ that gradually opens or closes a flow path to isolate and regulate the flow of various medias and pressures from an instrument.
Our Needle Valve range:
  • Non-Rotating tip
  • Piston ring
  • Anti-blow out spindle
  • Secure seal

Double Block & Bleed Valves

Double Block & Bleed Valves integrate three valves into one block allowing the user to securely isolate the flow with two independent obturators, whilst being able to safely control the pressurised vent.
Double block and bleed valves provide isolation from both the upstream and downstream process flow and pressure.
Double Block And Bleed Valves
Manifold Valves

Manifold Valves

Our manifold valves can allow for a different configuration within a system or can be used in applications such as differential pressure transmitters and provide individual isolation for both low pressure and high pressure inputs.
Most manifolds are available in 2, 3 or 5 valve configurations:
  • Two valve manifolds are used with instruments such as pressure transmitters, pressure switches and pressure gauges.
  • Three valve manifolds are the most common. They can incorporate test ports on the process side and drain ports on the instrument side.
  • Five valve manifolds are typically used with differential pressure instruments where drain valves are required on the instrument side.
Direct-mount, remote-mount, or modular systems configurations are available.