High Pressure Valves

We at SIO are capable of creating high-pressure valves for your big and challenging projects. High-pressure valves are designed to meet demanding applications, which can differ in operating states and consumption requirements. These operations will need continuous operating pressure and to avoid any problems, valve and pump systems should be compatible and meet the required capacities.

There are different types of high-pressure valves depending on where they are used. These can include pressure-control valves, directional-control valves, safety valves, and by-pass valves among others. All of these valves are specially designed with excellent reliability and high endurance.

You can count on SIO to provide you with the best quality of high-pressure valves no matter what the application may be!

    What Is a High-Pressure Valve?

    A high-pressure valve is an industrial valve designed to meet the crucial requirements of the most demanding applications with performance, reliability, and safety. It is used to allow, obstruct, or control media passage in extremely high pressures and in many cases, high risks and high vibrations. The variations of materials and designs of SIO high-pressure valves guarantee that proper performance is met for any operation.

    SIO high-pressure valves are designed to withstand the most demanding applications, such as extremely high pressures in petroleum industries and cryogenic applications in chemical industries.

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    High-Pressure Valves Features:

    Solenoid Operated

    SIO high-pressure valves let you use reasonable controls for remote operation, providing a lightning-fast response time.

    Blow-out Proof Stem

    The high-pressure valves designed by SIO feature an antistatic device and blow-out proof stem to endure the extreme pressures of processing plants.

    Locking Device

    Having a valve locking device helps in temporarily locking it off and enabling the individual personnel to isolate equipment while carrying out their work.

    Pressure Ratings

    SIO high-pressure valves are available in different pressure ratings of 800, 1500, and 2500 to endure extreme pressures in various industrial applications.

    Benefits of Using High-Pressure Valves

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    Multiple Configurations

    These valves offer design flexibility and multiple coils and body connection options by letting you select the one that works the best for domestic and foreign applications. At SIO, we offer two-piece and three-piece bodies, both of which are suitable for complicated operations.

    Cost-efficient

    By employing a high-quality cartridge, SIO valves help in reducing labour costs, spare inventory expenses, and downtime. Since they can adapt to flexible and extreme processes and some of them can work even in the absence of electricity, they help you save a lot of money.

    Low Failure Rate

    As a high pressure globe valve is designed to withstand even the most challenging applications, especially in petroleum and chemical industries, it can endure pressures ratings of 800, 1500, and 2500.

    Quality Material

    The SIO valve body is constructed of quality materials, such as stainless steel, low-temperature carbon steel, and carbon steel, making them suitable for conditions that deal with corrosive and abrasive media.

    Standards and Specifications of High-Pressure Valves:

    Pressure Seal Bonnet

    • When the internal pressure of a high-pressure valve increases, the body-bonnet joints seal also improves, providing better performance.

     

    Graphite Seal Rings

    These rings are generally used in high temperature and pressure environments and exhaust applications for providing better performance sealing and low friction surfaces.

     

    Compact Design

    Compact high-pressure valve design offers a lot of space and money savings to the users.

    Sealed Bellows

    This feature indicates that the valve can reduce leakage, significantly eliminating external leakage.

    Common High-Pressure Valve Applications

    Pharmaceuticals

    In the pharmaceutical industry , high-pressure valves are the best for maintaining a sterile and safe environment with no leakage because they offer excellent resistance to corrosion and abrasion.

    For Wastewater Management

    These valves offer safe, efficient, and consistent operation in a wastewater management plant , avoiding unnecessary maintenance. Butterfly, high pressure gate valve, knife-gate, globe, ball valve, and plug are the most common types of valves used in this industry because they offer a range of services to make the application convenient.

    Cosmetic Industry

    SIO high pressure valves types are perfect for applications in the cosmetic industry as they can automatically actuate for convenient and efficient use. They are helpful in an industry where zero leakage is crucial because even a little contamination can affect the entire result.

    Food & Beverages Industries

    As the food and beverage industry involves tricky applications, only high-pressure valves can provide a reliable sealing. SIO valves ensure a smooth flow even in the most demanding uses, offering sterility, ensuring the integrity of the process, and are the best for sanitary applications.

    Power Processing Plants

    In the power processing plants , SIO valves are perfect for meeting severe conditions and uses as they feature an antistatic device and blow-out proof stem. They are made using carbon and stainless steel to withstand corrosion and abrasive conditions, along with a wide stem suitable for cryogenic applications.

    Oil & Gas Industries

    SIO high-pressure valves are extensively used in the oil and gas as they can operate at a maximum working pressure of 500 PSI and above. Their extended stem design keeps the seal away from the flow’s temperature, allowing premium performance in cryogenic applications and varying temperatures.

    High-Pressure Valve From China:

    Metal-Seated-Ball-Valve

    If you’re looking for a global supplier of high-quality, high-pressure valves, you may turn to SIO. Based in China, our manufacturing facility serves customers from around the world, offering a range of steam valve types that undergo five-step quality control procedures, producing high-precision parts, conducting a regular inspection for bugs, and using ultrasonic cleaning.

    Since we follow appropriate standards and provide the required training, our employees make the best high-pressure valve for military, food and dairy, subsea operations, aerospace, waterjet cleaning, etc. Besides, the analysis of finite elements helps our staff in computing fatigue and fluid flow while ensuring that the materials employed can withstand extreme weather conditions.

    What are the Different Types of High-Pressure Valves?

    Steam Control Valves

    High-pressure Steam Valves

    High pressure steam valves by SIO are widely used in various industries to control pressure and flow levels of hot water vapour, steam, and corrosive fluids. The valve closes to maintain an ideal system pressure when the pressure reaches a certain level.

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    High-pressure Control Valves

    These valves are employed to keep the pressure of the operation within the desired range and maintain consistent pressure in a particular part of the equipment.







    The three types of control valves are:

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    High-pressure Flow Control Valves

    SIO high-pressure flow control valves regulate the flow and pressure in a specific portion of a hydraulic circuit. It works by responding to the signals made by flow meters and temperature gauges in wastewater treatment, oil and gas, and the power processing plants .

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    High-pressure Solenoid Valve

    It is an automatic SIO valve used to control the fluid flow in oil and gas, food and beverage, chemicals and petrochemicals, and cosmetic industries. There are seven types of these valves, each serving a unique actuation mode.

    Double block and bleed valve

    High-pressure Bleed Valve

    A high-pressure bleed valve is used to bleed or vent the system securely for a wide range of applications including, maintenance, equipment removal, and calibrating control devices. It usually works in complex systems with a high pressure ball valve to isolate or block the portion requiring work.

    The three types of control valves are:

    High-pressure-Reducing-Valves

    High-pressure Reducing Valves

    High-pressure reducing valves by SIO are perfect for providing a consistent pressure in those parts of the system that work at low pressure compared to the system’s tolerance. It works by matching the gas flow passing through it to maintain a consistent gas pressure.

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    High-pressure Safety Valves

    Used for relieving the static pressure in gas applications, chemical plants, and electric power boilers ,high-pressure safety valves by SIO have a manual lever that opens the device during an emergency. This valve works automatically and does not require electricity to operate.

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    High-pressure Relief Valves

    SIO high-pressure relief valves are used for curbing the pressure. When the valve opens, the redirected media is routed to a gas flare, releasing the combustion gas products into the atmosphere, limiting the pressure inside the vessel.

    What Valves Can be Used for High-pressure Applications?

    Forged-Steel-Ball-Valve

    Ball Valve

    A high-pressure ball valve is designed to endure high-operating pressures and manage flows of fluid and other process media. It features a spherical disc with a hollow center that functions as the closing mechanism of the valve.

    Pneumatic-Butterfly-Valve

    Butterfly Valve

    High-performance butterfly valves , which include double offset and triple offset butterfly valves, provide throttling and tight shut-off control for severe conditions, such as high pressures and abrasive, corrosive, and viscous media flow.

    Forged-Steel-Globe-Valve

    Globe Valve

    High-pressure globe valve is built to start, stop, and regulate media flow that involves harsh service conditions, such as high pressures and toxic materials. It works by turning the stem that allows the disc to go upwards and allow media to go through or downwards to obstruct media flow.

    Forged-Steel-Gate-Valve

    Gate Valve

    A high-pressure gate valve is an isolating valve designed to fully open or close media passage that involves high pressures and temperatures. It provides tight sealing through a special gasket design and packing made from strong materials, such as pure graphite.

    Pneumatic Diaphragm Valve

    Diaphragm Valve

    A diaphragm valve is a bi-directional valve excellent for managing different types of media flow. It has a flexible disc that comes into contact with the seat found at the top of the valve body to achieve a tight seal.

    Forged-Steel-Check-Valve

    Check Valve

    A high-pressure check valve provides leak-proof control of backflow in alternative fuels, instrumentation, and small process applications that need high-pressure flow and cycle life.

    Needle-Valves

    Needle Valve

    A high-pressure needle valve is often used to control flow rates or provide a reliable shutoff of clean fluids and gasses accurately. 、It works by opening and closing an orifice / opening with a tapered end that raises and lowers when spinning a handle.

    High-pressure-Relief-Valves

    Relief Valve

    A high-pressure relief valve is a type of safety valve that prevents overpressure and offers protection to downstream equipment by allowing the pressurized media flow to go through an accessory passage out of the system.

    7 Ways a Solenoid Valve Works

    A direct-acting solenoid valve has a seat seal that attached to the solenoid core. When energized, the solenoid valve will open and when de-energized, the solenoid valve will close.

    A two-way solenoid valve is a shutoff valve that has one inlet port and one outlet port. When energized, the core spring and seal are drawn into the solenoid coil causing the valve to open. When de-energized, the core spring, with support from the fluid pressure, secures the seal on the valve seat to obstruct media flow.

    A three-way solenoid valve is made up of three port connections – cavity port, stop port, and body orifice port and two valve seats – body orifice and stop orifice. In this structure, one seat remains open and the other closed in a de-energized mode. When energized, the valve seats will trade positions. This allows for two paths of media flow.

    When de-energized, the plunger or handle is down which seals the body orifice and opens the stop orifice permitting flow to go through from the cavity port and out the stop port. When energized, the plunger is up which seals the stop orifice and opening the body orifice allowing media to go through it and out the stop port.

    A direct-acting solenoid valve has a static pressure force that increases when the diameter of the orifice increases. This means that the magnetic forces required to endure these pressure forces become significantly larger.

    An internally-piloted solenoid valve is used to switch higher pressures of larger sizes of orifices. In this valve type, the differential fluid pressure does the primary work of opening and closing the valve.

    An internally-piloted two-way solenoid valve is equipped with either a two-way or three-way direct-acting solenoid valve. It has a piston or diaphragm that creates a seal for the main valve seat and an internal pilot to open larger orifices without increasing the size of the solenoid.

    When the valve is closed, the media pressure increases on both sides of the diaphragm through a bleed orifice. As long as there is pressure differential between the inlet port and outlet port, a shutoff force is ready through a larger area on top of the diaphragm. When the valve is open, there is pressure relief from the upper side of the diaphragm.

    An internally-piloted multi-way solenoid valve is made of four port connections – a pressure inlet, one exhaust port connection, and two cylinder port connections. It operates similar to an internally-piloted two-way valve but generally for operating with double-acting cylinders or actuators.

    An externally-piloted solenoid valve uses an external source of air pressure and has an independent pilot device to actuate it. The pilot device is normally mounted at the top of the actuator.

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