Weidouli supply of many types of Check Valves
Swing Flanged Check Valves
A basic swing Check valve consists of a valve body, a bonnet, and a disk that is connected to a hinge. The disk swings away from the valve-seat to allow flow in the forward direction, and returns to valve-seat when the upstream flow is stopped, to prevent backflow.
The disc in a swing type Check valve is unguided as it fully opens or closes. There are many disk and seat designs available, in order to meet the requirements of different applications. The valve allows full, unobstructed flow and automatically closes as pressure decreases. These valves are fully closed when flow reaches zero, in order to prevent backflow. Turbulence and pressure drop in the valve are very low.
Lifting Flanged Check Valves
Lift Check valves are particularly suitable for high-pressure service where velocity of flow is high. In lift Check valves, the disc is precisely guided and fits perfectly into the dashpot. Lift Check valves are suitable for installation in horizontal or vertical pipe-lines with upward flow.
Dual plate wafer check valves
Dual Plate Wafer Check Valves were originally introduced in the late 1950s and quickly became the check valves of choice for many piping engineers because of their proven reliability and low-pressure drops. They have become the standard for process and project engineers worldwide and are used extensively in Power Plants, Refineries, Chemical Plants, Wastewater Treatment Plants and Pulp & Paper Mills.
Nozzle Check Valves
Nozzle check valves are incredibly useful for water pipelines and systems. These valves are engineered to control and protect against pressure surges that can occur in water lines. They also work to prevent water hammer and reverse flow.
Nozzle check valves are constructed with a spring-assisted disc. When fluid pressure in the valve is higher than the cracking pressure, or the pressure needed to open or close the valve, the spring lowers the disc to prevent reverse flow.
The valve is also manufactured to include a guide to keep the disc moving in a vertical. This allows it to re-seat properly.