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Thermoplastic Fluid Valves
Valve selection can be the anchor of a properly designed piping system. Too much pressure drop and one may not get enough flow though the system or a pump may overload. A valve that sticks open could result in the waste of expensive chemicals or flooding of an area. Panner has a wide selection of valves and the expertise to apply them to the most difficult of services.
Valve actuation provides for automatic control of valves by means of either electric or pneumatic power. There are many reasons to actuate valves including freeing labor from mundane cycling jobs, control of valves placed in hazardous or hard to reach environments, and the ability to tie valve control into central systems like PLCs. Contact Panner to automate and control your valving system.
Ball valves are ideal for smaller size lines, and have a very low pressure drop.View all Ball Valves »
Only the diaphragm and the body come into contact with the liquid so they are ideal for ultrapure, abrasive, or coating chemicals.View all Diaphragm Valves »
Butterfly Valves are most commonly used in large diameter pipes, and are rugged, able to handle a variety of different applications.View all Butterfly Valves »
Solenoid Valves are an electrically operated valve which opens or closes when power is applied to the valve and changes state when the power is shut off.View all Solenoid Valves »
Control Valves are used to achieve or maintain control of a measurement parameter in a process.View all Control Valves »
Check Valves are used to prevent back flow and to maintain pump prime. There are three main types of check valves- ball, horizontal swing, and wafer.View all Check Valves »