Parts of industrial valves

The industries all over the world are made safe and secure due to the fact that the valves which are used perform at their very best. The industrial ball valves are such that it allows the industries to perform at their very best and keep the ambiance safe and secure. The management of the valves is easy and state of the art processes have been devised to make sure that this happens. The industrial valves can only work in the best manner if they are maintained and are also checked periodically. The valve suppliers should be hired to perform the function as they are well versed in all forms of valves and ensure that the after sales services are provided. The wear and tear is another factor which is related to the valves in question and this should always be considered. However, to measure the effect of such issues it is very important that the user is well aware of the parts of the valves. The making of the industrial valves is a complete system and therefore knowing the parts means that the user can maintain the valve functionality completely.  Each and every part of the valve is important in deciding how it is working. It is therefore important to know the parts as it will allow the users to make timely decisions that whether or not the new installation should be done.


The body of the valve is the outer part of the valve and therefore it means a lot. The precision of the valve and working of it is very important when it comes to the body. The making of the valve is never complete without a sound body and therefore it means a lot. It gets all the parts integrated and the working is done precisely. The body of the valve is normally made up of alloy 20 and stainless steel. The body makeup always depends upon the fact that where the installation is required, temperature and the fluids that are passing.

Bonnet or hood

It is again a part that is screwed into the body. It allows the body of the valve to remain integrated and ensure that the parts are never separated under high force or pressure. The valve cannot remain in place without this part and therefore it is most important of all. The bonnet also sometimes integrated in such a manner that the force from the outside becomes stronger. The other important factor is that not all valves have bonnets but the number of such valves is very low.

Control handle

This is another part without which the valve has no meaning at all. This is bolted to the upper part of the valve and can be operated manually to control the pressure. The mechanism in some vales is customizable and it means that it can easily be integrated with the automation system that can control the flow.  The control handle is to be separated and the valve is bolted to the transmission system if such customization is required.