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Globe valves

Globe valves are linear motion closing-down valves that are used to start, stop, or regulate flow using a disc as the closure element.

Globe valves are ideally suited for restricting and regulating fluid flow and are typically utilized in small-diameter pipelines. In general, globe valves are utilized for pipes with a diameter of 8 inches or less.

The following are the parts that make up a typical globe valve:

  • Valve Body: Globular shape
  • Bonnet
  • Disc or Plug
  • Stem
  • Yoke
  • Gland bushing and flange
  • Seat ring
  • Yoke Sleeve
  • Gland Bolts and Nuts
  • Handwheel: Mechanical Actuator
  • Back Seat
  • Pressure Seal Gasket
  • Packing
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Numerous varieties of globe valves are intended to accommodate a wide array of tasks at the lowest possible cost. The three most prevalent configurations of globe valves available for industrial usage are:

T- type globe valves have the lowest flow coefficient and the highest pressure drop of all valve types. Such globe valves can be employed in applications requiring severe throttling.

Y-type globe valves can be cracked open for extended periods of time without experiencing serious degradation. They offer relatively low flow resistance.

Angle valve: Without the use of an elbow, these globe valves guide the fluid flow in a perpendicular direction. Because of their capacity to withstand the slugging effect, globe valves of the angle type are employed for pulsing flow services.

The globe valve has a high capacity for sealing. OBAID MASOOD provides a large variety of globe valves for different applications.

If the flow resistance from the convoluted flow route of these valves is acceptable, they can be employed for on-off duty. Some globe valves are also built with low flow resistance for usage in on-off applications