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Norgren Valves

Norgren Valves

In industrial automation, valves can be as simple or complex as required. Norgren has one of the world’s largest ranges of valves ranging from those used in everyday applications to a version with an MTBF value of over 800 years.

Norgren has many brand names associated with our valve ranges – Herion, Buschjost, Walter, FAS, Webber, Watson Smith, Maxseal, Enots and Martonair to name but a few. Take a look at the different ranges below:

Valve Islands:

Valve islands are commonly used on machine installations to reduce assembly and downtime and provide easier fault diagnosis.

Sub-Base Valves:

Sub-base valves enable the user to replace valves quickly and easily when required without disturbing pipe work systems.

In-Line Valves:
Inline valves are probably the most common type of valve used in automation systems.

Safety Valves:
Norgren’s range of safety valves delivers peace of mind in the working environment.

Manual/Mechanical Valves:
This well proven range features variants from the popular Super X series and the VHLA range of rotary hand valves.

Proportional Valves:
Proportional valves convert a variable current or voltage signal into a proportional compressed air output.

Process Industry/NAMUR Valves:
Featuring well recognised brands such as Buschjost and Herion this range is ideal for process industry applications.

Flow Control Valves:
Norgren’s range of flow control valves are suitable for a wide variety of tubing diameters and offer high flow performance.

Non-Return Valves:
Norgren offer non-return valves in aluminium and brass, and also options in composite material and including push-in fittings.

If you require further information, please call our sales team on 0118 970 2060 or send your enquiry to fluid@fluidcontrols.co.uk.

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