At our Pageland, SC foundry, continuous Auto-Pour casting techniques allow us to ship more than 20 million pounds of bronze castings every year. Ball valves, mixing valves, backflow preventers, safety relief valves and more start here with molten bronze and precise sand molds.
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The steel casting operation at our Conway, SC foundry features both lost-wax investment castings and no-bake air-set castings. The plant produces cast bodies and components for valves in sizes from ½” to 12 inches. Thousands of tons of Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Alloy 20, and other exotic alloys are cast here annually to exact specifications.
Common causes of valve leakages and how to prevent them
The most common reasons for valve leakages are old age, damage, and poor installation or maintenance. Valves used in industrial applications such as chemical, oil, and gas plants can pose a great hazard to the surrounding environment when they lea...
Key tips to note when selecting a control valve style
Choosing a control valve style that is perfect for your specific project can be as daunting as settling on the right valve sizing, design, and functionality. The choice -- that is, whether to use ball, globe, butterfly, gate, or check valves, amon...