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.
Difference between shutoff and regulation/control valves
If you are looking for a valve to complete a project but you aren’t a professional plumber or plant engineer, you may not be able to tell which valve is specifically best for what you’re working on.
There are many different typ...
Six types of valves and their applications
Today, there are several different types of valves that have been developed to target a specific use. Some valves are meant to operate in certain environments, while others are made to allow the flow of certain substances only. Other valves can be...