Pinch Valve

Pinch Valves: the ultimate industrial solution for controlling the flow of cement, silo, sand, mineral materials, limestone, clay, marl, sand, and slurry. This powerful pneumatic pinch valve offers superior performance, robust durability and a wide range of sizes. With our air operated pinch valve , you'll get maximum usage from the product thanks to its pressure range of PN10 and size range from 15mm to 1000mm. It's also available in a variety of flange standards such as DIN PN6 PN10 PN16 and equipped with the most dependable material of valve body options like carbon steel, ductile iron, aluminum alloy, and stainless steel. In addition, its sleeves for air pinch valve special sealing rings are crafted from wear-resistant natural rubber, ethylene-propylene rubber, Ding Qing Nitrile three EPDM, /VITON/FPM Silicone, silicone, fluorine rubber chloroprene rubber /Neoprene, chlorosulfonated polyethylene rubber Hypalon/CSM, butyl acrylate /Butyl and more. And if you’re looking for control flexibility, the pinch valve manufacturers supports manual, pneumatic, and electric controls. With its reliability and excellent performance, the Pinch Valve is the perfect fit for any industry requiring robust, dependable flow control. Get started today with your next project and invest in the Pinch Valve!

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What media are pinch valves most commonly used for?

Pinch valves are an often-overlooked type of valve, but they are incredibly useful for a wide variety of applications. These valves have been used in many industries and on many different types of media since their invention in the early 1960s.

When it comes to which media pinch valves work best with, there are several noteworthy examples that stand out. Firstly, pinch valves can be used to regulate water and other liquid media very effectively. This is due to their ability to form a tight seal quickly when the pneumatic actuator is depressed, blocking any escape or intake of liquid through the engineered tube lined with elastomer sleeve.

Pinch valves are also widely used for air and gas pressure control thanks to their simple design requiring only two moving parts - an actuator and rod - resulting in fewer points where leakage can occur while still providing controlled performance under pressure differences. They also excel at controlling vacuum pressure because they require no additional seating seals that need maintenance or replacement over time like other types of vacuum control devices require.

In addition to these uses, pinch valves are also popularly found being utilized for materials that either cannot be handled by conventional shutoff methods such as abrasive solids (like coal ash slurry) or corrosive substances like acids and caustic solutions that may damage traditional shut off equipment like gate or globe valve designs over time without proper maintenance/replacement cycles being followed closely . Furthermore, they’re quite effective at throttling flow rate when handling slurries created from mixing powdered materials with liquids as well as powders themselves being transported along pipelines in various production processes too!