Industry-Leading Butterfly Valves

Butterfly Valves feature a rotating disc that regulates the flow of liquid. The disc is centered in the pipe, and a rod passes through it. As liquid flows through the pipe, the actuator rotates providing a consistent pressure drop. HPV’s Butterfly Valves are choice for many different fluid services.

Butterfly Valve S Series

These high quality, PTFE Lined, Butterfly Valves have been designed and engineered for operation with highly aggressive pipeline media. They are particularly successful against chlorides and acidic solutions under high temperatures. The features of the S Series Butterfly Valve include:

  • Low Operational Torque
  • Increased Operational Lifespan Due To Ball-Shaped Construction Of Sealing Surfaces
  • Complex Shaped Backups Improve Operational Life
  • High Resistance To Chemicals

Why Choose A Butterfly Valve?

Butterfly Valves are best for fluid services or operations that involve high volumes and fluid and gas. They are used to stop, regulate, or initiate the flow of liquids.

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Low Touch

Butterfly Valves require little maintenance, because they self-regulate the flow of liquid.

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Easy Operation

Butterfly Valves feature a handle that’s easy to turn. This opens or closes the valve in an instant.

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Butterfly Valves are lightweight and easy to install, even in very large piping operations.

Butterfly Valve K Series

These highly innovative, Butterfly Valves have been specially designed for resistance to external corrosion in aggressive environments. Precisely manufactured with a Durocast body, PFA encapsulated disc and PTFE seat, this valve is highly reliable.

The features of the K Series Butterfly Valve include:

  • Lightweight Body
  • Withstands Aggressive And Corrosive Environments
  • Offers Successful, Maintenance-Free Service
  • UV Stable

Advantages And Disadvantages Of Butterfly Valves

Advantages of Butterfly Valves

  • Compact design
  • Lightweight for easy installation
  • Quick to open or close
  • Adaptable to pipes of all sizes
  • Low-pressure drop
Disadvantages of Butterfly Valves
  • Always a bit of pressure
  • May choke flow
  • Unpredictable disc movement
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